There's no need to stand in line for six hours to get into Shia LaBeouf's Los Angeles art installation like some people are doing. ScreenJunkies made a bold move so the rest of us don't have to subject ourselves to the actor's #IAMSORRY project, enlisting the site's Hal Rudnick to sneak in a camera.
Photography is against official #IAMSORRY policy (LaBeouf crying is apparently not meant to be seen by the general public), but Rudnick got a camera past security and managed to unload some truth bombs about the project after removing the paper bag from the actor's head. "So this is weird," Rudnick tells him. "What are we doing here? Seriously, though, what are we doing? What happened to you?" He then proceeds to play a clip from "Even Stevens" and chide LaBeouf about being a millionaire asking people to line up to watch him sit silently in a room while wearing a tuxedo. In other words, Rudnick provides a much needed #IAMSORRY exposé.
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