Shia LaBeouf, who is currently sporting a medical boot due to an ankle injury, dressed up in a suit for the premiere of The Company You Keep at MoMA in NYC last night. He joined his castmates Stanley Tucci and a Viktor & Rolf-clad Brit Marling, as well as director Robert Redford, on the carpet to debut the film ahead of its limited release in the US on Friday. It was a busy day for the injured star, who also made a stop by the Late Show With David Letterman that same day.
Shia's attendance at his The Company You Keep premiere followed his controversial appearance at another opening night recently. Last week, Shia took a front-row seat at the preview performance of Orphans, much to the surprise of his ex-costars Alec Baldwin and Tom Sturridge. Shia was originally cast in the Broadway show but was replaced by Ben Foster. Shia touched on his dismissal during his interview with David Letterman, noting once again that he left because of "tensions as men" between himself and Alec.