Megan Fox has plenty of work on her plate and disputes reports that she turned down a role in the next James Bond film. We’ll get to that in just one mili-second. We think Megan Fox bears a close resemblance to Lynda Carter when she played Wonder Woman. It’s probably the dark hair and complexion. What do you think? Megan was in San Diego the other day for a premiere of “Jennifer’s Body.” Those pictures and her feelings on starring in a James Bond flick when you Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Media Outrage on July 25, 2009
Posted by Media Outrage on July 22, 2009
Megan Fox has reportedly turned down the opportunity to star opposite Daniel Craig in the next James Bond film. She wasn’t feeling playing that miniscule role. She says she deserves a BIGGER role. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Media Outrage on June 16, 2009
Transformers director Michael Bay has banked more money than any of the actors in the film.
In a big summer movie, where the emphasis is on spectacle and excitement, not character and emotion, it isn’t unheard of for the director to get a bigger paycheck than the leading man. After all, the audience is really paying to see explosions, not the guy running away from them in slow motion.
That was certainly the case for 2007’s “Transformers.” Shia LaBeouf played the lead character, but director Michael Bay was the real star. LaBeouf was signed to do the movie before “Disturbia,” his first starring role, was a surprise hit. Michael Bay, on the other hand, was firmly established as one of Hollywood’s biggest action directors since breaking onto the scene with “Bad Boys” in 1995.
So you’d expect Bay to make twice as much money as LaBeouf. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Media Outrage on June 5, 2009
Megan Fox drives transforms most men into instant drool contestants, upon first glance, but this chick isn’t really comfortable in her own skin. She sounds a bit f*cked up in the head because of her messed up family upbringing. Read the rest of this entry »