Noah Jupe Says Shia LaBeouf Told Him To Call Before Buying A Fast Car

NOAH JUPE photographed by KATIE MCCURDY. Vintage T-Shirt from CHERRY. Pants by COACH 1941. Earring, Rings (on left hand), Red/Black Bracelet, and Silver Bracelet NOAH’S OWN. Pendant Necklace STYLIST’S OWN. Vintage Necklace and Bracelet from CAMILLA DIETZ BERGERON, LTD. Vintage Ring (on right hand) from LOVE ADORNED NEW YORK.

With roles in the upcoming horror sequel A Quiet Place 2 and the prestige racing drama Ford v Ferrari, Noah Jupe is poised for stardom. But first, the 14-year-old London native appears in Honey Boy as a child actor coping with a volatile father played by the film’s writer, Shia LaBeouf, who quickly went from being “the guy from the Transformers movies” to something of a mentor. “Shia is always giving me advice. He taught me how to be truthful and honest as a person and actor, but he also told me not to buy a fast car when I turn 18. He said, ‘If you’re buying a fast car, you better ring me up, and I will advise you not to.'”

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