Saturday, December 6, 2008

Shia Labeouf withdraws from Dark Fields for injury problems

It looks like Shia Labeouf’s luck just ran out. The injury, he sustained from the July 27 car crush, is causing lot more trouble. Due to the injury, Shia had to withdraw from his upcoming movie, Dark Fields. A techno-thriller movie, Dark Fields, is based on Alan Glynn’s 2002 novel by the same name. Produced by the Universal Pictures, the movie is going to be directed by Neil Burger. Shia Labeouf was supposed to play the role of a young man who gets his hands on some ultimate smart pills. According to the reports of, Shia was supposed to start shooting for the movie this winter. Already the production has been delayed and now Shia’s medical issues caused further disruption. Dark Fields was scheduled to release in 2010.

On July 27, 2008, Shia Labeouf had an accident on a West Hollywood street. As he was making a left turn with his Ford F-150 pick up truck, it collided with another vehicle and rolled over twice. Shia broke his two fingers and sustained minor injuries to his head and knee. Isable Lucas, who was riding with Shia that day, also had minor injuries. At the time of the accident, Shia was shooting for Transformers sequel, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Producers of Transformers included his injury into the script. Immediately after the accident, Shia underwent an extensive surgery. To further repair his fingers, he would have to go through another surgery around his thumb.

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