We can't imagine a more 2016 pairing than this. Experimental music producer Flying Lotus is scoring a new film titled LoveTrue that is being executive produced by none other than actor, meta performance artist, and perpetual Internet meme-inspiration, Shia LaBeouf. It's described as an exploration of Israeli director Alma Har'el's "fascination with performance in non-fiction to three complimentary stories that seek to demystify the fantasy of true love." The movie follows three complicated, real-life relationships as they unfold in different corners of the country.
This isn't Fly Lo's first cinematic experience, either. Previously, the versatile musician scored 2014's Imperial Dreams starring Star Wars' John Boyega. Last year, he scored a Sundance short titled, FuckkkYouu. Most recently, he gave his fans some new music to chew on when he shared three tracks leftover from the You're Dead! recording sessions back in March. The tree songs were largely instrumental, so it's possible Fly Lo was going through his old sessions looking for material that might work in the film. Unfortunately, there is no trailer for LoveTrue yet, but look for it to debut at the Tribeca Film Festival this month.