Shia LaBeouf dropped acid for new movie, sent tapes to Evan Rachel Wood

ANI
ANI24 January 2013

Washington, January 24 (ANI): Shia LaBeouf, who dropped acid and filmed himself to make sure his depiction was accurate in 'Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman', has admitted that he was scared to a play character who trips on acid because he had never done it before.

The actor, who decided to try it out for real and film his trip, then asked co-star Evan Rachel Wood for pointers.

"I remember sending Evan tapes. I remember trying to conjure this and sending tapes and Evan being like, 'Yeah, that's good, but that's not, but this is, but that ain't'," Us magazine quoted him as saying during an interview with MTV at Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

The 26-year-ol actor then said that you reach out to friends and you sort of gauge where you're at. So he was sending tapes around. He would get fifty percents from people, and that starts creeping him out, and he got really nervous. (ANI)

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