Saying "I do" changed Shia's outlook on marriage

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SHIA LaBeouf has a new outlook on marriage since he tied the knot.

The 'Transformers' star quipped he has been "lied to his whole life" as he admitted he loves being married to Mia Goth.

He told E! News: "It's better on the other side. I've been lied to my whole life. You always hear these people who are all cynical, like, 'Ah, man, once you get married everything changes. But for the better though!

"I'm about to create some new ones [traditions]. My mom will be involved, her mom will be involved ... I'll probably have to do Hanukkah and Christmas and Kwanza and the whole nine."

Meanwhile, the 30-year-old actor previously admitted getting married was "the best thing he ever did for himself".

He shared: "I love [married life], man. That's one that's not been a f**k up, that's been the best thing I ever did for myself. I'm like a serial monogamist. I think it's cause I'm deeply insecure. Once you get vulnerable with a person, that's it. I've never been a one night stand guy. I think I was after something real substantial this time, I'm 30-years-old. And you know when you know."

Shia and Mia tied the knot in October at the infamous Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel, where the ceremony was officiated by an Elvis impersonator.

In a video posted online, the impersonator told the couple: "Mia and Shia, do you promise to adopt each other's hound dogs? Not to wear your blue suede shoes in the rain? To always be each other's teddy bear?

"And to give each other a hunka hunka burning love? Promise? Alright, well by the power invested in me - The King - I now pronounce you to be man and wife. Now Sir, you may kiss your lovely bride."

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