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02/13/2014 10:46 am ET Updated Feb 19, 2014

Emile Hirsch Pokes Fun At Shia LaBeouf's Latest Stunt

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After proclaiming himself irrelevant by wearing a paper bag on his head that read "I AM NOT FAMOUS ANYMORE," actor Shia LaBeouf set up shop in Los Angeles this week to hold an art installation called "#IAMSORRY" at a local gallery. The actor is still sporting the paper bag, meeting with fans, press, and intrigued passersby after his recent hijinks.

Actor Emile Hirsch, who, like LaBeouf, began his acting career at a young age, poked fun at the "Nymphomaniac" actor's latest stunt, emulating his writing style on Twitter by gauging his own level of fame. He made note that it was all in good fun, however, writing, "IN ALL FAMOUSNESS THOUGH, I LOVE SHIA, WHETHER OR NOT HE'S FAMOUS."

Read Hirsch's take on the matter:

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