It's a case of good news, bad news for the Y: The Last Man movie. On the plus side, a new script for the movie is currently being co-written by creator Brian K. Vaughan. On the minus, Shia's still involved.
The first positive development for the movie version of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra's Y: The Last Man since the project's announcement has come, in the form of Shia LeBeouf declaring that he won't be playing Yorick after all.
He may not have won your hearts as Mutt in this summer's Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull, but Shia LeBeouf is still trying to make you fall in love with his dubious charms, even if he has to be the last man on Earth for it to happen. And, apparently, that's exactly what we're going to see in the…
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