MTV News article MTV is proud to bring you the premiere of a new series called “The Me Too” where we bring you in-depth interviews with some of the stars, most famous, most controversial, and most influential people in the world of entertainment and entertainment news.
“TheMeToo” is a brand new series of interviews that will feature the most famous people in our culture and tell their stories with a fresh perspective.
The show premieres Monday, March 9th at 10/9c on MTV.
Here are some of our favorites.MTV News: Let’s get right to it.
You guys are going to be talking about some of these things.
First of all, do you think this is a good time for you to go public?
Sophia LaBeouf: It’s great to be here.
I’ve been very open about what’s happening with the sexual harassment epidemic in Hollywood.
I feel really empowered to talk about it.
The whole time I was working, I was thinking about how I can make my voice heard and how I have to talk more.
I think I’ve done a lot of good, but I think it’s been a little bit of a bubble, and it’s time to get out.
You know, it’s hard.
You get your own opinion, but then you get criticized.
But I think, for the most part, I’m very comfortable being a public figure.
You have to be.
MTV News: How have you been receiving support for this?
LaBeouf, 41: It has been amazing.
I can’t even say enough about the support that’s been coming my way.
It’s been amazing to be able to have people come up to me and say, “You’re brave and you’re courageous.”
I’m just so grateful.
It feels good.
I’m really lucky to be alive.
It really does.
MTV: Is there a particular moment in your career that you want to be remembered for?
LaDonte Henry: I want to keep making movies and having fun.
I want people to keep saying, “We know this is happening.
This is not something that should be tolerated in the entertainment industry.”
I want that to happen.
But when it does, I want it to be great.
It has to be something that people look back on in a way that they will have something to look back upon and be proud of.
MTV.MADtv: This is your sixth film, so you’ve been doing this for a while.
What was the most memorable moment from your previous films?
LaBoeuf: The first one I made was called “Lucky Star.”
I think that was the first time that I had any real experience working in a feature film.
I just got on set and started shooting.
And I did this movie, which was really my first film.
It was really fun.
It took me years to figure out how to shoot a movie.
I had to really make sure that I was shooting it like I’m going to do when I’m doing the next one.
I didn’t know how to write.
I don’t know if that’s true for every movie that I’ve made.
MTVtv: What is the first movie you ever worked on?
LaFeouf, 25: I don- I think my first movie was called…MTV: …
“The Longest Yard.”
What was that about?
LaRoe, 24: It was about a girl who lived on a farm and she had a big problem.
She was pregnant.
She didn’t want to go to the hospital.
So she just had to go into labor.
It just happened that way.
I guess I think a lot about that movie because I was there when it happened.
It did happen to me a couple times.
MTV TV: How would you describe your character, the farm girl, and the farm?
LaSalle, 22: I’m the one who’s in the house.
I play a housewife.
I have a husband.
I am the one that has to deal with everything.
I was raised by my mom, and my grandma is my aunt.
I grew up with my mom.
It would be my dad who is the one.
So it would be really hard for me to do anything without my dad.
It is kind of hard for my mother to be there, because I’m so much younger.
MTVTV: And the film, which is really a family film, was about this farm girl.
What’s your mom like?
LaDoe, 20: She’s very kind and very understanding.
I love that.
I really like her.
She’s the one to always tell me, “I love you.”
It was my first time working with her.
MTV Music: What’s the last movie you worked on that you’re proud of?
LaSeigneur, 17: I think “Lovesick.”
I was really happy when I saw the movie.
It wasn’t just