A new trailer has been released for Shia LeBeouf's newest addition to the film industry. The movie will concentrate on the events of a young boy aspiring to become a actor.
Firstly, the above trailer is the Redband Trailer so view at your own discretion. Honey Boy is a screenplay written by Shia LaBeouf and is based on his own experiences as a young child actor and struggling to reconcile with his father while also dealing with his mental health.
LaBeouf takes on the therapeutic challenge of his own father who is an ex-rodeo clown and a felon. We see glimpses of the relationship struggle between LaBeouf's character and his son who is played by Noah Jupe (A Quiet Place). The struggles we see in 'Honey Boy' seem to be an accurate representation of LaBeouf experienced in real-life, which could mean 'Honey Boy' might be LaBeouf's best performance yet.
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