Megan Fox (born 16.5.1986) Megan Fox is an American actress, perhaps best known for her roles in Transformers and Jennifer's Body.
Childhood: Megan Fox was born to Darlene Tonachio and Franklin Fox in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. She attended Catholic school for 12 years. However, when she was young, Fox's parents divorced and she was raised by her mother and her stepfather, Tony Tonachio, in a strict environment. As a result, Megan only stayed with them until she earned enough money to support herself.
At the age of five, Megan Fox started training in dance and drama, at the Kingston, Tennessee community centre. At the age of 10, after moving to Florida, Megan Fox continued in her training and successfully entered a number of modeling contests.
Career: Megan Fox made her acting debut in the 2001 film Holiday in the Sun, alongside Ashley Olsen. The following year, Fox landed a role in Ocean Ave., a TV series lasting two seasons. She then went on to star in an episode of What I Like About You, entitled 'Like A Virgin (Kinda)'.
In 2003, Megan Fox was an uncredited extra in Bad Boys II, which starred Will Smith and Martin Lawrence. She then landed another guest-staring role in an episode of Two and a Half Men, which stars Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones.
Megan Fox's film debut came in 2004 with Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, which also starred Lindsay Lohan. Fox then landed another role in the sitcom Hope & Faith, replacing Nicole Paggi in the role of Sydney Shanowski.
2007 saw Megan Fox land the role of Mikaela Barnes in Transformers. The film was based on the cartoon series of the same name. In the film, Fox played Shia Le Boeouf's character and also shared screen time with John Turturro and Hugo Weaving. She reprised the role in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
In 2007, Fox starred in How To Lose Friends and Alienate People, along with Simon Pegg, Jeff Bridges and Kirsten Dunst. The following year, she starred opposite Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's daughter, Rumer Willis, in the film Whore.
In 2009, Megan Fox landed her first lead role in Jennifer's Body, which was written by the Oscar-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody (writer of Juno). Jennifer's Body also stars Adam Brody and Amanda Seyfried.
Megan Fox's role in Jonah Hex saw her feature alongside Josh Brolin and Will Arnett.
Personal Life: Megan Fox has at least eight tattoos, including Marilyn Monroe's face on her forearm.
Megan Fox is married to Brian Austin Green, whom she has been dating since 2004.
Reese Witherspoon and Diane Keaton are out for premieres of their new films in L.A. and New York, respectively. Emma Roberts, Dave Franco and Megan Fox are spotted filming on location in Brooklyn. And there are new glimpses of the acclaimed comedy-drama Tangerine and the docs What Happened Miss Simone and The Look of Silence...
Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara led the charge as their new action comedy 'Hot Pursuit' premiered in Los Angeles this week. It's about an uptight policewoman trying to protect the colourful widow of a drug kingpin as they are chased by corrupt cops and mob killers. It opens this weekend in America and in July in the UK.
Megan Fox - Actresses Alessandra Ambrosio and Megan Fox were spotted as they filmed scenes for the new movie 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2'. The scenes were being filmed in Brooklyn, New York City, United States - Wednesday 6th May 2015
The fourth 'Transformers' movie may have taken over $1 billion at worldwide box offices, but it heads the Golden Raspberry Awards nominations list.
Amongst the praise and back-slapping of awards season, the film industry also shows its less serious side once a year. Just a day ahead of the big Oscars reveal, the Golden Raspberry Awards, a ceremony dedicated to showcasing the very worst of the world of the big screen, has announced its list of nominations, and to nobody’s surprise it’s Transformers: Age of Extinction that leads the field.
The fourth instalment of the hugely successful but critically panned Transformers saga, starring Mark Wahlberg and Megan Fox and directed by Michael Bay, has picked up seven nominations in total. They include worst picture, worst director, worst sequel, worst screenplay, worst screen combo (for any two of the fighting robots), worst supporting actress for Nicola Peltz and worst supporting actor for Kelsey Grammer. The former ‘Frasier’ star was also recognised for his roles in The Expendables 3, Think Like a Man Too and Legends of Oz.
The 'Bumble Bee' Transformer at the NY premiere of Transformers: Age of Extinction in July 2014
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Brian Austin Green feels lucky that he and wife Megan Fox survived their terrifying accident.
Following their close shave with a speeding drunk driver in Los Angeles on Thursday night (December 4th 2014), Brian Austin Green admits he and wife Megan Fox are very lucky to be alive, let alone uninjured, after the collision.
Brian Austin Green and Megan Fox are thankful to be alive
The pair were driving near Mulholland Drive and Benedict Canyon Drive on the night in question, when another driver who had been drinking - later named as 35-year-old Ignacio Demaria - collided with their vehicle having come from the opposite direction. Nobody was hurt in the accident, and it has been confirmed that Fox and Green - who married in 2010 on Hawaii's Maui island - were not with their young children, 2-year-old Noah Shannah and 9-month-old Bodhi Ransom.
Continue reading: Brian Austin Green Admits LA Car Crash Was 'Life Changing'
Don't panic, people, everyone is okay.
Megan Fox and Brian Austin are unhurt after the car crash they suffered on Thursday, according to Austin himself. The couple were unhurt and “walked away” after the collision, as did the other driver.
Brian Austin, Megan Fox and the second driver - everyone survived the crash in one piece.
So what’s the first thing to do after suffering a pretty serious crash? Tell People about it, obviously.
Continue reading: Megan Fox and Brian Austin "Walked Away" Unhurt After Car Crash
The couple fortunately escaped injury after the collision on Thursday night.
Megan Fox and husband Brian Austin Green
The New York Daily News reports an LAPD source as saying the couple were driving southbound in the area of Mulholland Drive and Benedict Canyon Drive in Los Angeles when another driver lost control of his vehicle while approaching in the opposite direction.
Continue reading: Megan Fox And Brian Austin Green's Car Hit By Drunk Driver In L.A.
The 28 year-old actress recently opened up about being "the queen bee" to her two young sons and husband of four years, Brian Austin Green.
Megan Fox is usually known to be very discreet when it comes to talking about her personal life, especially her husband of four years Brian Austin Green and their two children two young boys, Noah, 2, and 8 month-old Bodhi, but in a rare occurrence the Hollywood actress joyfully speaks about her family life.
Fox recently gushed about motherhood
"I love our family-I have a little football team that's going to take care of me," the 28-year-old starlet told The Daily Mail. "I like being around boys and being the center of attention in my family because I'm the matriarch, the queen bee. My husband is the sensitive type, he's not macho. And I'm going to raise our boys like that: sensitive, sweet, chivalrous types."
Just how bad are the reviews for 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'?
Critics haven't exactly been kind to the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, which opened in US theatres on Friday. Scoring just 20% on Rotten Tomatoes, the Michael Bay produced reboot has suffered a critical mauling, yet it's still predicted to rake it in at the weekend box office. But before you head off to the cinema for 100 minutes of disappointment, here's 10 of the film's most damning reviews to help change your weekend plans.
Teenage Mutnat Ninja Turtles is expected to do well at the box office
"Too-brief thrills only shine a harsher light on the film's laborious pacing and cringeworthy one-liners spilling from the maws of the ninja teens. Soren Anderson If ever there was a movie that should not have been made, this is that movie." -Kyle Anderson, Entertainment Weekly
Continue reading: 10 Of The Worst 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Reviews
'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2' is on the way - and it's all your fault. Yeah, you.
Despite being one of the worst reviewed big-budget movies since...well, since Transformers: Age of Extinction. Michael Bay's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles pulled in $65 million on debut to convince the top brass at Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies to green-light an immediate sequel - set for June 3, 2016. Bay will return to produce with writers Josh Appelbaum and Andrew Nemec back on board to pen the script.
A massive Turtle in 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'
"To know moviegoers are embracing the Turtles with such enthusiasm is everything that we and all our filmmakers have been hoping for," said Paramount chairman and CEO Brad Grey in a statement on Sunday. "We are thrilled with this weekend's result, the enduring power of this franchise, and the opportunity to make another one."
The sequel trend continues with the next installment in the Ninja Turltes "saga."
After the poorly received TMNT movie managed to claw at a box office victory this weekend ($65 million domestic, according to Box Office Mojo), Paramount are expanding their investment in a big way. The studio has just announced that they’re turning Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles into a franchise – appropriate, since that’s director Michael Bay’s specialty these days.
The turtles will return in 2016, but is it a good thing?
Besides the CGI-powered dinosaurs that the movie presents as Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo and Raphael, the sequel also stars Megan Fox and Will Arnett. The sequel has been assigned a projected release date of June 3, 2016.
Is it nostalgia that's boosting TMNT profits?
So here’s some news: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles just breezed past Guardians of the Galaxy to the top of the box office. Yes, you can go back and read that again. The new addition to the TMNT franchise has taken a Turtle-worthy beating in reviews over the past week, but that didn’t stop it from beating the critically and fan-acclaimed Guardians, after the Marvel flick has spent just one week on top.
The new and improved (well, new anyway) Turtles raked in $65 million on its first weekend, while Guardians checked in at just $41,5. Unfortunately, this doesn’t even top the market analysts’ predictions for TMNT, which largely underestimated the potential of grown-up Ninja Turtles fans, predicting a slow start with around $45 million. According to USA Today says that 55% of moviegoers were 25 or older, a surprisingly mature demographic. Not so surprisingly, 61% of the audience was male, Paramount says. 'The film obviously had greater-than-expected appeal to nostalgic parents," says Rentrak's Paul Dergarabedian. At this point, we won’t add the obligatory “No ----, Sherlock” comment, but feel free to do it in your mind.