5 Lunchtime Links: Shia LaBeouf streams himself watching all his movies and more

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FILE - In this March 20, 2015 file photo, actor Shia LaBeouf is escorted by court officers as he leaves Manhattan Criminal court in New York. LaBeouf has received stitches to his head and hand after suffering an injury on the North Dakota set of the film “American Honey.” A publicist for LaBeouf said on Wednesday, June 24, the actor’s injuries were “minimal.” The accident occurred Tuesday evening for a scene in which the actor was to put his head through a glass window. LaBeouf was treated at a local hospital for a laceration to his head and hand. He’s to return to shooting Thursday. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File )
FILE - In this March 20, 2015 file photo, actor Shia LaBeouf is escorted by court officers as he leaves Manhattan Criminal court in New York. LaBeouf has received stitches to his head and hand after suffering an injury on the North Dakota set of the film “American Honey.” A publicist for LaBeouf said on Wednesday, June 24, the actor’s injuries were “minimal.” The accident occurred Tuesday evening for a scene in which the actor was to put his head through a glass window. LaBeouf was treated at a local hospital for a laceration to his head and hand. He’s to return to shooting Thursday. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File )

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1. Shia LaBeouf tapes himself watching all of his movies consecutively in three days.

Only one more day to watch Shia LaBeouf watching himself. If you haven’t yet, be sure to tune into the live stream showing the actor as he “watches all his movies consecutively in reverse chronological order over the next three days, 24 hours a day.” He’s only cried a couple times so far, and yes that list includes “The Evens Stevens Movie.” Don’t see him? LaBeouf has taken a few short breaks in between movies to get coffee or popcorn and sleep on the floor in the back of the theater.

2. Amazon Prime Now to offer food delivery in Austin.

As if acquiring food in Austin weren’t easy enough, Amazon Prime Now members can have meals delivered to their front door much like the way they would a package. The service, priced at $99 a year, is only available in 20 cities currently, but expects to expand.

3. Campbell’s changes chicken soup recipe.

Looking for the comfort of a warm, familiar bowl of Campbell’s chicken noodle soup? Well now you’ll have the option of getting it minus 10 of the canned soup’s staple ingredients. The Campbell Soup Company announced it would knock its 30 ingredients down to 20 and do away with potassium chloride, disodium inosinate and monosodium glutamate, to name a few. The new “Star Wars Healthy Kids Shaped Pasta with Chicken in Chicken Broth,” hopes to appeal to a young, healthier generation of soup lovers.

4. Suggestions for this weekend’s East Austin Studio Tour.

With more than 400 stops and hundreds of pieces of work to view, this weekend’s East Austin Studio Tour can very easily become overwhelming. Check out our suggestions for what you can’t miss, tack on a few more and you’ve got yourself a personalized tour.

5. Veracruz All Natural to open at Hotel Vegas tonight.

Austin’s favorite bright blue Mexican food truck Veracruz All Natural will be parked outside of Hotel Vegas (1500 E. Sixth St.) starting tonight Wednesday-Saturday from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Check out the menu here.


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