Jerry O'Connell Is Also Sorry, Books Art Space Next to Shia LaBeouf

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Jerry O'Connell

There will be a Funny or Die video associated with the art project.

Shia LaBeouf's apology-driven performance art piece is getting its own parody -- very close by. 

Actor Jerry O'Connell opened up his own pop-up art show on Beverly Boulevard at Artspace Warehouse that riffs on the Transformers actor's #IAmSorry piece. Titled #IAmSorryToo, the project is affiliated with Funny or Die, the actor's publicist Nicki Fioravante told THR

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By 3:40 p.m, O'Connell had finished his performance, said Artspace Warehouse employee Maggie Devers, who added that the piece was a one-day-only event. A Funny or Die rep said that there would be a video component to the stunt. 

LaBeouf's #IAmSorry performance art piece followed his appearance on the Berlin Film Festival red carpet for the premiere of Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac wearing a paper bag on his head emblazoned with the words "I Am Not Famous Anymore." 

THR visited LaBeouf's gallery project on Tuesday, finding the actor seated silently at a wooden table with what appeared to be the same paper bag over his head.