Brad Pitt helped him find God Fury filming, says Shia LaBeouf

Hollywood actor Shia LaBeouf stated to have found “God" during the making of his newest movie - Second World War theme epic named Fury. Known for his off-screen bad-boy image as much as for his on-screen personality in movies like Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Dark of the Moon, ex Disney child actor Shia LaBeouf told that that he was charmed by David Ayer and co-star Brad Pitt in his spiritual waking up.
In a recent interview with a magazine, Shia LaBeouf told that he found God doing Fury. He became a Christian man in a very real way. He could have just said the prayers that were on the page. But it was a real thing that really saved him.
He added that he had good people around him who served me. Brad was instrumental in guiding him head through this. He comes from a very deeply Christian, hyper-religious, Bible Belt life, and he denied it and moved ahead an unnamed spirituality. On the other hand, David Ayer is a full subscriber to Christianity. But these 2 diametrically opposed spots both guide to the same position, and he really looked up to both men.
LaBeouf, now 28, has a Pentecostal father and Jewish mother, who are divorced. Earlier, he identified himself as Jewish. He stated that he feel cocky when he stated that he is a Jewish, not bad cocky, but good cocky. Because what he is really saying is that he is one of the few selected ones out there. He made it; God chose him and he take pride in that.