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Things you need to know about “Shia LaBeouf” Upcoming film, The Tax collector

Shia LaBeouf, of the transformers (2007) with Bobby Soto, Cinthya Carmona, and George Lopez happens to be the main lead for the Tax Collector, directed by David Ayer.

The protagonist, Shia, plays the role of a white boy from the hood who appears to be Jewish as specified by the director David Ayer on his Twitter account. He is going to be the only white guy in the entire movie.

Shia LaBeouf tattoed:

Shia is well-known for his parts in Lawless, American Honey, The Peanut Butter Falcon, and now The Tax Collector.

As seen in the trailer has got his entire chest tattoed for the movie. Shia is already well known for his dedication, as he cut his face with a knife for the movie fury to reveal real war damages to him.

He also had a real tooth uprooted for the same movie. Shia had to go through 20 stitches, 13 staples, and had injured his scalp, both ears, and fingers while he deliberately smashed his head through a window for a stunt scene, which he volunteered to do by himself for the sake of authenticity.

Seems a bit controversial:

The trailer is already a sensation. Even though the movie seems to be a combination of drama and action, it appears to invite anxiety over the detrimental gang culture of black and white.

There is already a lot of tweet on the current scenario between black and white. The relevance of the entire movie is a question.


Tax collectors, David (Bobby Soto), and Creeper (LaBeouf) works for a gang lord in Los Angeles. As in the trailer, they encounter a threat to business, thus the family of a tax collector is abducted. Handling the situation constitutes the rest of the story.


The tax collector is expected to be released on 7th August. It is also probable to go digital and on Video On Demand

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