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First Look: Shia LaBeouf Dons Graduation Robe on 'Company You Keep' Set

October 28, 2011 (7:23 am) GMT
While filming a scene for the upcoming political film in Vancouver, the 'Transformers' actor is caught on camera wearing a blue academic attire complete with a mortarboard.
First Look: Shia LaBeouf Dons Graduation Robe on 'Company You Keep' Set

has been photographed wearing a graduation robe on the set of his latest movie "". The 25-year-old actor was seen filming a scene at the University of British Columbia on Thursday, October 27 in Vancouver, Canada.

Donning a blue academic attire complete with a mortarboard, the Sam Witwicky of the "" film franchise was seen trying to adjust a yellow stole on his neck at one point. He was also spotted chatting with some crew.

In "The Company You Keep", which story is based on Neil Gordon's novel, Shia plays an ambitious young journalist who is hell-bent on making a name for himself. He discovers the true identity of a former Weather Underground militant named Jim Grant, who has been hunted by the FBI for over three decades.

Joining Shia in the cast ensemble is who plays Jim. In addition to starring in the movie, Robert also tackles the directorial duty. , , , and "" alum are among those taking on the supporting roles.

The political action thriller is currently in production in Canada. It is expected to open in U.S. theaters sometime in 2013.

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