Shia LaBeouf starts 2014 with a fresh and new start.
LaBeouf, who spurred controversy after reportedly plagiarizing a comic strip for a short film, hired a skywriting company to spell out 'I am sorry Daniel Clowes' over Los Angeles on New Year's Day.
LaBeouf later tweeted a photo of his apology:
I imagine airplane messaging is the norm in Hollywood, but someone really should have informed Mr. LaBeouf that Mr. Clowes lives in the Bay Area before he went to all that trouble, Eric Reynolds, Clowes' editor, apology.
"The first I ever heard of the film was this morning when someone sent me a link. I've never spoken to or met Mr. LaBeouf, . "I've never even seen one of his films that I can recall -- and I was shocked, to say the least, when I saw that he took the script and even many of the visuals from a very personal story I did six or seven years ago and passed it off as his own work. I actually can't imagine what was going through his mind."
Source: Huffington Post
photo credit: Simon Davison
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