Shia LaBeouf Explains Alec Baldwin Feud

article-0-1909AFA6000005DC-929_306x522 Shia LaBeouf was David Letterman’s guest on the Late Show last night (April 2) and he talked about exiting the Broadway play Orphans. He got fired weeks before opening due to creative differences, according to the producers. But LeBeouf believes that Alec Baldwin is the one who may have got him out of the project.

“I’m pretty passionate and impulsive, and he’s a very passionate individual as well. And I think that impulsiveness and that passion makes for, you know, some fireworks,” the actor said to Letterman. “Me and Alec had tension as men. Not as artists but as men” he added.

Letterman suggested that Baldwin may have gone to the producers and said he couldn’t take it and asked them to fire LeBeouf. Shia replied: “I think that might’ve been what happened.” However, the actor said, despite all the differences, that Alec is “a good dude”.article-2302873-18F5BD09000005DC-949_306x423

Baldwin, on the other hand, implied recently that Shia isn’t a theater actor. “I can tell you that, in all honesty, I don’t think he’s in a good position to be giving interpretations of what the theater is and what the theater isn’t,” Baldwin said, adding: “I mean, he was never in the theater. He came into a rehearsal room for six or seven days.”

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