Shia LaBeouf: No more Transformers movies for me after Dark Of The Moon

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Shia LaBeouf says he is quitting the Transformers films (AP)
The actor said he would love the opportunity to work with director Michael Bay again but thought his character Sam Witwicky had come to the end of the line.

He told MTV: 'I just don't think right now there's anywhere to take Sam.

'I've learned a great deal from Michael, as a person, as an actor, as a person on set. And it's not that I don't enjoy working with Michael. I love working with Michael. I would do any movie Michael wants to do. I just don't think there's anywhere to take it with Sam.'

Shia also admitted to Details magazine that he is bored of playing an action hero in Steven Spielberg films like Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

Spielberg also produced Transformers: Dark Of The Moon.

He said: 'Steven introduced me to the world in a way. The man has been incredible to me. But the work that I've done with him, the character variation is not heavy. It's sort of all in the same vein.
'I've gotta anchor these movies that are in these outrageous worlds, and I have to be as tangible as possible... I have no problem with that, but I don't want to be there forever.'

Transformers: Dark Of The Moon, which premiered in New York last night, also co-stars Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.