Apparently Shia LaBeouf will do anything to prove that he's not famous anymore. The actor walked the red carpet at his latest film premiere with a paper bag on his head that said just that, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
LaBeouf, 27, was decked out in a tux with a paper bag on his head that read "I Am Not Famous Anymore" — the same phrase he has tweeted everyday for the last three weeks — at the German premiere for "Nymphomaniac." Earlier in the day, the actor walked out of a press conference for the film after answering only one question. "When the seagulls follow the trawler, it's because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea. Thank you very much," LaBeouf said at the conference, quoting famed French soccer player Eric Cantona.
LaBeouf recently announced he has "retired" from public life. But the actor has continued to make headlines since this declaration, including lashing out at Jim Carrey over the comedian's Golden Globes joke poking fun at LaBeouf's recent plagiarism scandal.