Happily married acting duo Shia LaBeouf and Mia Goth took their infant daughter Isabel for a stroll around Toronto on Wednesday.
Mia, 28, looked comfortable in an oversized gray-and-white shirt, mom jeans and white sneakers. Her blonde hair was scraped back in a loose bun. The Emma star appeared makeup free and wore dark sunglasses for the casual outing.
Method artist Shia, 36, donned a pair of black shorts and matching T-shirt with hiking boots for the walk through the Canadian town with their six-month-old baby.
Keeping it casual: Mia Goth, 28, and Shia LaBeouf, 36, dressed down as they strolled around Toronto Wednesday with their six-month-old daughter Isabel.
The married couple were later spotted at Toronto Pearson Airport, where doting mom Mia was carrying their firstborn in a trendy baby sling.
LA-native Shia added a gray hoodie to his outfit and took care of the backpack and additional carry-on.
The twosome were in town to promote Mia’s latest project, slasher movie Pearl, at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival.
Relaxing stroll: Brit Mia looked comfy in an oversized striped shirt, jeans and white sneakers. The Emma star appeared makeup free and wore dark sunglasses for the Toronto outing.
A prequel to the horror movie X in which Mia played two parts, Pearl tells the backstory of her titular murderous character from the first chapter in the burgeoning horror franchise.
Both X and Pearl were filmed back-to-back in New Zealand at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, and Entertainment Weekly reported that 46-year-old director Ti West got the idea for the second movie before heading to the Kiwi city of Whanganui to make X.
‘I had the idea right before I got on the plane,’ he explained. ‘I knew we were going to a place that you could make a movie when no one else could make a movie, and I knew that we were going to have all of this cast and crew and equipment and everything there, ready to do it.
Checking in: Shia later added a gray hoodie to his outfit at Toronto Airport where he took care of the backpack and carry-on, while Mia took care of baby Isabel in a gray sling.
‘We were going to spend a lot of money building locations, barns and boarding houses,’ Ty continued. ‘It just occurred to me that if we made two in a row, we would amortize all these costs.
‘Then I asked Mia. I said, “If we pull this off, would you stay and do two movies back to back?” And she said, “Yes.”‘
British actress Mia, who hails from London, helped write the screenplay for Pearl while they endured two weeks of compulsory quarantine in New Zealand, explaining that while she was a novice at writing, she soon swiftly found her stride.
‘[I would] put the timer on my phone for 30 or 45 minutes at a time, and then I would just write whatever it is that I felt might be of value to the movie,’ she explained. ‘I would send that over to Ti and he would then incorporate it into the script.’
Goth girl with the pearl earring: Mia was at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this week to promote her latest movie Pearl, the prequel to her murderous fright flick X.
In the slasher movie X, which is set in 1979, Mia’s other character Maxine goes on a road trip with a group of young filmmakers, who aspire to make a pornographic film on a remote Texas farm.
West, who wrote and directed the 2016 comedy-thriller In the Valley of Violence which stars Ethan Hawke, has confirmed there will be a third film in the X series.
Deadline reports the third chapter in the horror franchise will be called MaXXXIne, with the story apparently following Mia’s character as she tries to make it as an actress in the 1980s.
Pearl opened in theaters Friday, September 16.
Co-writers: Director Ti West, 46, decided to shoot Pearl right after X while on location in New Zealand. Mia, who plays the murderous character in the fright flick, contributed to the script.
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