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Shia LaBeouf goes on a grocery run in the same 'uniform' he's been sporting for over a month.


Shia LeBeouf is really taking this whole method acting malarkey a bit far.

Not only is he diligently dressing as a soldier in preparation to film his new movie, Fury, but he's taking it to the extreme by wearing the EXACT same outfit day in, day out.

It's a surprise girlfriend Mia Goth isn't getting fed up, as the ungroomed actor is really starting to look quite grubby.

Dressed in his 'uniform' of green camouflage pants, tucked into his trusty sand-coloured lace-up boots, and dirty not-so-white Bud Light T-shirt, the star was spied running errands with his lady love on Sunday.

Stopping by the shops for mundane grocery items including milk, the Transformers actor happily took the lead wheeling the couple's shopping trolley.

He then got an impromptu workout as he hauled a bag of ice to the car over his shoulder.

The picture of domesticity, the couple, who have been together since November, then took a trip to West Valley Nursery in Tarzana, California, where they picked out an array of leafy greens for a possible vegie patch.

While the cute couple are not believed to be living together just yet, it's clear they have an easy relationship and that things are getting serious.

On July 23, the pair were pictured picking up DIY supplies at Home Depot, with the 20-year-old model and actress happily pitching in, helping her beau carry long poles of wood to the car.

After meeting on the set of controversial movie Nymphomaniac last year, the lovebirds have been practically inseparable ever since.

Meanwhile, the 27-year-old is clearly eager to get to work on his new flick, which is slated to begin filming this fall.

At the end of June, he and co-stars Brad Pitt and Logan Lerman spent several days at the Fort Irwin National Training Center in the Mojave Desert, immersing themselves in army life and learning to assemble machine guns.

Fury focuses on five crew members of an American Sherman tank - dubbed Fury - during the final days of World War II.

The team embark on one brave last mission as the Nazi regime begins to collapse.

Directed by Training Day's David Ayer, the action drama is set for release on November 14 next year.






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