The cast of Go On tackle serious issues in their new offbeat comedy, but when we sat down with Tyler James Williams, Brett Gelman, Suzy Nakamura, and Julie White, we learned they're having fun doing it. The group chatted about how much — and what — they've learned from costar Matthew Perry, and revealed their growing love for each other's characters. Go On premieres tomorrow on NBC at 9:00/8:00 Central.
Shia LaBeouf was back to work in Chicago yesterday looking good in a suit and tie to film scenes for Transformers 3 with his onscreen parents, Kevin Dunn and Julie White. The cast have been furiously destroying the streets of the Windy City for weeks and have plans to move their path of destruction to Washington DC and Florida next. With Transformers close to wrapping, Shia's reportedly spilling details about other "cool" upcoming projects including Indiana Jones 5. It will be a while before we see Shia and Harrison Ford back together on screen, but fans can look forward to finally getting a glimpse at his chemistry with Carrie Mulligan and Michael Douglas in Money Never Sleeps out Sept. 24.