Fox had just been fired from 'Transformers' when Karyn Kusama's revisionist horror was released in 2009.
Plus, the 'Jennifer's Body' actress talks about how she almost shaved her head for new movie 'Rogue'.
The Transformers and Jennifer's Body star plays a soldier-for-hire in M.J. Bassett's new film.
Megan Fox has clarified that she was never 'assaulted or preyed upon' by director Michael Bay or Steven Spielberg after an interview from 2009 went viral.
Megan Fox shot to fame after starring in 'Transformers' and says she suffered serious objectification after her rise to fame.
Jack Reynor has broached the subject of that uncomfortable situation in Transformers: Age of Extinction where a 20-year-old man is dating a 17-year-old girl.
"I don’t know if there will ever be a time where I’m considered normal or relatable or likable."
It’s no wonder actors give such safe answers in the majority of interviews – one wrong word can completely derail their careers.We’ve gathered together some of the more extreme moments where performers decided to say exactly what was on their minds – leading to some pretty immediate bridge-burning consequences.Read more11 Oscar-winning actors and their little-known siblingsElizabeth Olsen turns heads at Avengers fan eventZoe Saldana criticises ‘elitist’ actors who look down on Marvel movies
She admits to Cosmo UK: "All I had to do was apologize — and I refused. I was so self-righteous at 23, I couldn’t see [that] it was for the greater good."
‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2’ star Will Arnett told us that he spent most of his time on set making fun of Megan Fox with co-star Stephen Amell. Director Dave Green revealed he got to relive his childhood by choreographing fights scenes using action figures. You’d see me designing a shot with action figures and my iPhone swinging the camera around,” he told us.
In the wake of the debacle between Keira Knightley and her ‘Begin Again’ director John Carney, here’s a handy run-down of the times that directors have famously slated their own actors.Image credits: Rex Features
The latest trailer for ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows’ has been released. Watch it below!
When Megan Fox auditioned for the first ‘Transformers’ movie, she was told Bay wanted her to wash his Ferrari… while he filmed her. It sounds pretty seedy – but the fact is, nobody bends over a car’s hood quite like Megan Fox and the image of mechanic Mikaela tinkering under Bumblebee’s bonnet became an iconic image forever associated with the franchise.
The video gives us our first proper look at the sequel’s new additions including fan favourites Bebop and Rocksteady and Casey Jones. Gary Anthony Williams and wrestler Stephen Farrelly - better known as WWE’s Sheamus - play the musclebound duo in their human form before they’re transformed by Tyler Perry’s mad scientist Baxter Stockman. ‘Arrow’s Stephen Amell is Casey Jones, the hockey-mask wearing Turtles ally, taking over the role made famous by Elias Koteas in the 1990 movie, and he really looks the part.
It’s not in cinemas for almost a year, but there’s already plenty worth knowing about the follow-up to the latest incarnation of the ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’. Who’s behind it, is it another Michael Bay production? Like the first, Paramount Pictures are the production company behind the project, and are likely to pump the same ($125 million), if not more, budget into it as they did the 2014 film.
If, like us, you’ve ever wondered what the lovechild of Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hiddleston would look like (hey, we’re only human), then you’re going to love artist Pedro Johnsen. The digital dream maker has morphed the faces of Hollywood’s most handsome actors and actresses under the name ThatNordicGuy, and the results are simply mind-blowing.