"I got nothing bad to say"
Appearing on Late Night with David Letterman Monday night, the "Company You Keep" star called Baldwin "a good guy" and added, "the play is terrific — I got nothing bad to say."
After LaBeouf was fired from "Orphans" in February — just weeks before the play was to begin previews — he launched a Twitter tirade, posting private email correspondence with co-star Baldwin and director Daniel Sullivan. Baldwin fired back, likening LaBeouf to a "celebrity chef," who wants applause but isn't interested in working.
"I'm pretty passionate and impulsive. And he's a very passionate individual as well. And I think that impulsiveness and that passion makes for some fireworks," LaBeouf said Monday. He was sporting a boot from a run-in with a jump rope that left him with four broken metatarsals.
"Were punches thrown?" Letterman asked.
"No, no punches thrown," the actor said.
Letterman, who is friends with Baldwin, offered to arrange a reunion. But, LaBeouf said, "I think that would be a tough one to pull off."
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