He warms up and does all this crazy stuff before he starts. He did it every time and they were like, "You don't have to do it this time," and he would still do it. I just found something different"—even though I'm the one doing it. You couldn't really see what I did, but I slapped him in the face. I was at rehearsal for one of the talk shows I was doing with Sia, and she was like, "Hey, so, I don't really want anybody else in my videos anymore. It was actually completely different from what everyone has been asking. So then I go back in the cage and I actually start to—I do the handstand on his back. At the end, I take his hand and try to walk out of the cage with him, but he's too big to get out. I just want to keep my team." I love everyone—we've become a family. It was the same idea—I'm still [a version of] Sia—but I also was being inspired by a wolf. We'd been stuck in the cage for a long time, she said. I'm, like, the mean one, the bad one; I'm the one who's strong. And their performance together—one Ziegler likens to two animals in a cage—is a tour de force of both the physical and emotional variety. Here, the 12-year-old star talks about the physical demands of the shoot, channeling psychosis, and what she learned from a very-method Shia: When did you first hear about appearing in the "Elastic Heart" video alongside Shia La Beouf? But at the end, he kind of just, after the part where I get out and I'm teasing him and he's trying to reach and grab me, he kind of gives up.
By choosing different options the story progresses into different endings, much like other games Jack has played such as the Henry Stickmin Series and Until Dawn. " Because, you know, I don't want to be waited on hand and foot. He was, like, running around the cage, just punching it. Shia La Beouf says he was very “grateful” to star opposite girlfriend Carey Mulligan in the upcoming “Wall Street: Money Never Sleep,” but assured Access Hollywood’s Tim Vincent that despite their onscreen chemistry, they always kept it professional. We were very professional about it; we were there to do a job — No.1,” he told Tim earlier this week at the Cannes Film Festival when asked about working with his girlfriend.