Megan Fox Talks Transformers 2 Production, Script-Rewrites
Thursday, June 19th, 2008 12:18pm CDTCategories: Movie Related News, Rumors, Interviews
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|When Michael Bay got behind the camera for his most recent film, he chronicled a lot more than just automobiles transforming into robots from outer space. Millions of fans also watched then 21-year-old Megan Fox transform from an obscure actress best remembered for a Lindsay Lohan movie into one of the most desired hotties on the planet. |
Now, the "Transformers" star is back on the set with Michael Bay – and true to the director's favorite word, she says he's making an awesome sequel.
"As big as the first movie was, this is 10 times as big, 10 times as many set pieces, explosions, and acrobatic stunts," she told us about "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. "Shia and I make out a little bit; I don't know if anyone wants to see that."
Something tells us that Shia LeBeouf wants to see it.
Regardless, Megan insisted that the blossoming romance between Sam and Mikaela is only one of the many plotlines Bay will be juggling for the June 2009 flick. But according to the actress, some last-minute scrambling has been taking place to make sure their romance can hold its own among all those Autobot vs. Decepticon showdowns.
"You know, we've been having script meetings, and we've been reworking the script, because they wrote it fast because of the writer's strike," she explained. "And, we've just been going through and trying to do some character stuff for Shia and myself in the middle of this crazy world that they're in."
"I can tell you that we're on locations in some really exotic places," she added. "It's just going to be a badass movie. It's just going to be a popcorn-visual-spectacle, summer film."
As for Michael Bay's main directorial input to his lead actress, Megan had this to say: "His main note to me is just to look hot; so I try my best."
Credit(s): MTV Movies Blog, Megan Fox
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