Megan Fox hopes her young sons will look back in years to come and think she was cool because she starred in 'TMNT'.
Megan Fox hopes appearing in 'TMNT' will impress her sons.
The 28-year-old actress - who has kids Noah, 20 months, and Bodhi, three months with husband Brian Austin Green - plays April O'Neil in the forthcoming live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie and wants her boys to grow up and think their mom was cool once.
She explained: ''I wanted to do this movie because I was a fan as a kid, obviously, but also I wanted to do it because I think I anticipate that my sons will be like, 'My mom is April O'Neil!'
''I'm sure that won't happen, because no matter what I do for work, I'm still always just their mom and I'm never gonna be cool.
''But I hope that like, maybe when they're 25, they'll look back and be like, 'That was pretty rad,' because you know, if my dad had been in 'Point Break,' I would be like, 'That's amazing!'''
Megan recently revealed her first crush was on turtle Michaelangelo and she says she was drawn to his sense of humour.
She told 'Access Hollywood': ''He was my first crush, Michaelangelo. He just represents what I like, I guess, in people. He was the easygoing, like, bohemian surfer guy.
''He was funny, he was a comic relief. You could always count on Mikey to make you smile no matter what villains they were fighting and what they were up against and I need that in life.''
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