Shia LaBeouf is one of the most talented actors in Hollywood but he seems to be in the midst of a celebrity meltdown and many entertainment insiders are wondering if he is committing career suicide or has he done so already? He recently removed himself from the highly anticipate Bill Murray comedy movie "Rock the Kabash" and even though he did so under allegedly "amicable but undisclosed circumstances" this move has brought only further questions about his decision making and behavior.
The role that he had in the movie was quickly taken by Scott Kaan and considering the fact that the movie has Bill Murray as part of it suggests that the script was not good but exceptional and yet he gave up this plum role has many people wondering about his future in Hollywood.
Shia LaBeouf in 2014 has announced his retirement from public life, has appeared at a red carpet premiere in Berlin wearing a paper bag over his face that read "I am not famous anymore" and has done almost everything he can do to remove himself from the public spotlight and work as an actor.
The past star of the "Transformers' franchise was seen in a starring role in the Lars von Trier's movie "Nymphomaniac" which was filmed in 2013 and he has only one more film to be released, the World War II drama "Fury" starring Brad Pitt.
In what is considered a very scary career situation for the talented actor he has no future projects on the horizon which for an actor of his calibre is unheard of and yet there has been no news of him seeking medical help for his recent public behavior which in the eyes of some entertainment insiders constitutes career suicide.
Shia LaBeouf was once considered one of the top actors in Hollywood and it is the hope of many of his peers that he is able to return to acting. The question for many in the acting community is whether he actually wants to still act and if so, can he be trusted. These are just two of the many questions that await the talented Shia LaBeouf.