Shia LaBeouf and Michael Douglas sport IWC timepieces

First published: 27-08-2010

A couple of IWC watches can be seen being worn by actors in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, a new film by Oliver Stone.

Lead actor Shia LaBeouf sports an IWC Portuguese Perpetual Calendar timepiece in an 18k white gold case, while a rose gold IWC Da Vinci Perpetual Calendar watch is seen on the wrist of Michael Douglas throughout the movie, Luxist has reported.

One of the unique features of the Portuguese Perpetual Calendar watch is the amount of detail it gives watch wearers on the date. As well as the date and day of the week being displayed in circular shapes on the watch face, users can also get information about the current month, year and even a leap year indicator.

The diameter of the face measures in at 42mm wide and makes for a great accessory on the wrist of any watch fan.

Shia became a big face when he starred in the Disney Channel hit show Even Stevens before moving onto a big screen star with leading roles in the Transformers movies, Fandango has reported.
 

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