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Shia LaBeouf on Josh Brolin: ‘He’s a man’s man’

HollywoodNews.com: When it comes to performing stunts, Shia LaBeouf is modest about his talent and guts.

Recently, the “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” star marveled about his co-star Josh Brolin’s courage while shooting their motorcycle race scenes in the Oliver Stone directed sequel.

“His risk appetite is that of someone you would call insane,” LaBeouf told PopEater about Brolin, “I have a fear of losing my life that I don’t think that man has.

“He’s a cowboy, he’s a man’s man. And he’s out to prove it all the time. I have to give it to Brolin.

“I was constantly trying to keep up with Brolin, who kept pushing the pace… It was fun. It was like two boys in a sandbox,” says the actor.

LaBeouf obviously has a short-term memory. He continues to push the bar with his own stunts. After weathering a severe left hand injury in a car accident, the actor relentlessly throws himself into an array of onset death-defying acts in the “Transformers” films.

“Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” is being buzzed to be this weekend’s top film.

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