The "Transformers" star reveals the Brit remains his most intimidating co-star - but he loved working with the intense actor.
"Hardy is a bit of a gorilla on a set," LaBeouf, who played the "Venom (2018)" star's bootlegger brother in the 2012 Depression-era drama, tells The Hollywood Reporter. "Well, he runs the set. He'd pee in the corners."
"It's his set, you know it when you get there. It doesn't feel like a shared space, it feels like his space. And he's a very good actor and also super-loving, but on a set, you're in his church."
Shia also had an intimidating experience working with director Oliver Stone on "Wall Street" sequel, "Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps".
"He would never look me in the eyes," he tells the publication. "He always looked just above my eye, to the eyelid."