While first impressions are often based on physical attributes, Megan Fox is a deeply spiritual individual who wishes more people noticed her aura. “I have a rainbow aura, and it’s special,” the 36-year-old actress says with a grin.
Fox rose to fame in the 2007 blockbuster hit Transformers and reprised her role as Mikaela Banes in the franchise’s sequel two years later. Since then, she’s starred in films such as Jennifer’s Body (her favorite project to date) and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, while landing on the cover of countless publications like GQ, Interview, Cosmopolitan and now the 2023 SI Swimsuit Issue. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED
GLAMOUR – Opening up in her most candid and revealing interview in years,Megan Foxspeaks to GLAMOUR’sEmily Maddickabout sexism, being a sex symbol, her psychological breakdown, the pressures of parenting, her feminist revival and rejection – and passionate blood-drinking rituals with her fiancé,Machine Gun Kelly…
Megan Fox is having a moment. This much we all know. Every red carpet she steps on, every Kardashian she steps out with and every outfit she wears is analysed, idolised, or meme-ified, generating headlines on a near-daily basis. Despite not having an account herself, she’s celebrated as a goddess on TikTok for her wit, style and unapologetic honesty. And then, of course, there’s her equally unapologetic, PDA-packing, internet-breaking romance and exceedingly extra engagement – complete with claims of mutual blood-drinking – with rapper and actor Machine Gun Kelly.
But Megan has not always been as celebrated, appreciated or – crucially – understood.
Her rise to fame in the early Noughties saw her emerge as an almost cartoon-like sex symbol whose pin-up, all-American good looks garnered her a reputation for some roles that seemed solely to serve the male gaze. And the public and the media treated her accordingly. I, too, was guilty of underestimating Megan Fox in the past, buying into the sex-symbol narrative and not taking her seriously enough. But no longer.
Because, as I learn, Megan has always been outspoken – radically so – intelligent, boundary-breaking and feminist. And in 2009, the same year she filmed Diablo Cody’s cult horror movie, Jennifer’s Body, she spoke out in the media about being relentlessly sexualised and enduring what she called some “genuinely harrowing experiences in a ruthlessly misogynistic industry.” Continue reading
NY POST – You want to talk about life imitating art? Hollywood crucified Megan Fox, and now she’s back, with absolutely zero f–ks to give, and a role as an alluring vampire in the new Netflix horror movie “Night Teeth.”
It’s a plot twist straight out of “Jennifer’s Body,” her 2009 horror-comedy first panned as a misfire, then elevated to feminist cult classic. It’s also the movie that inspired countless women to come out of the closet, in part thanks to Fox’s steamy makeout scene with Amanda Seyfried (and also with a lighter, but that was more of a demonic possession thing).
“I can’t tell you how many girls, from 30 down into their teens — or, f–k that, my age, too — come up to me and are like, ‘I realized I was gay because of you,’ or ‘I felt comfortable coming out because of you,’ because of ‘Jennifer’s Body’ and the interviews I did about being bisexual before it was cool,” says the 35-year-old Fox, who celebrated Pride this year with a rainbow mani on Instagram and the caption “Putting the B in #LGBTQIA for over two decades.”
“That’s something that’s so important to me, that I’m so proud of,” she says. “If my purpose on Earth was to help one girl come out of the closet and feel OK about it, I had an amazing purpose here.”
Fox isn’t big on small talk. She’s an intense Zoom hang. It’s great. She speaks her mind in a way that I’m sure has caused many a publicist to tear their hair out over the years. Continue reading
On a wild summer’s night in Los Angeles, Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox explain their whirlwind courtship, from first meeting on set to their deepening spiritual connection, and how love has seared them together for life… through joint tattoos
GQ – In the backroom of a studio, Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox are giving each other tattoos while I watch. The lovebirds’ matching tattoos will read, ‘The darkest fairytale’, a phrase Fox says ‘alludes back to one of the first text messages we ever sent each other’. Fox wants to get inked first, because MGK has tattooed before and she’d rather not delay the pain. MGK clarifies he’s done some drunk scrawling with the tattoo gun before, but this is serious. He dips the needle in ink, presses down on the traced phrase and looks at Fox to make sure she’s OK. Fox puffs on a CBD joint to relax and they both decide they might as well just jump into it. He starts going over the stencil with the needle, pausing sometimes to take stock of his work and wipe the pen ink. ‘God, that’s sick,’ he says as she looks at his handiwork. He smiles at Fox. It’s going very well, but they could use more direct light. Continue reading
WHO WHAT WEAR – Megan Fox hardly needs an introduction. Since the Transformers film franchise catapulted the actress to megastardom in 2007, she’s remained a fixture in Hollywood, starring in a series of action-packed thrillers; earning cult status in the indie favorite Jennifer’s Body; and, as one New York Times article put it, serving as a “universal barometer of hotness.” But after a few years of flying under the radar, she’s making a massive return to the spotlight with a fresh perspective, a new fashion aesthetic, and a much-buzzed-about relationship. So yeah, it seems a reintroduction is in order. Continue reading
Welcome to Megan Fox Network a fansite dedicated to the lovely actress Megan Denise Fox. Megan Fox shot to fame with her role as Mikaela Banes in 2007 blockbuster movie, Transformer's. Since then she has been in movies like Jonah Hex, Jennifer's Body, Friends with Kids, This is 40 and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Here on MFN we will provide you will the latest news and pictures.
Role: Emma Status: Post-production Release: 2021 A woman is left handcuffed to her dead husband as part of a sick revenge plot. Unable to unshackle, she has to survive as two killers arrive to finish her off.
Role: Samantha O'Hara Status: Completed Release: 2020 O'Hara is a mercenary leading a squad of soldiers on their mission to rescue hostages in remote part of Africa. Unfortunately the mission goes wrong and the team are stranded, forced to survive against the local rebels.
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