Megan Fox announced her pregnancy last August, only nine months after giving birth to hers and Brian Austin Green‘s first child, Noah. She gave birth to baby number two on February 12th, but the news about his name was kept secret… until now.
So what did Megan and Brian name their second son? Bodhi Ransom Green. I’m not sure what the significance of the name is, to be honest, but I guess it could be worse. What would you call Bodhi as a nickname? I guess it’s only two syllables and doesn’t really need one, but it doesn’t exactly flow off the tongue…
TMZ got a hold of the birth certificate, of course, because nothing is sacred. Here ya go:
Babies, babies everywhere!
February 21, 2014 at 10:30 am by Jennifer
It wasn’t so long ago that Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green had their baby boy, Noah, right? In fact, I think he’s only about 9 months old, right? Well, apparently April O’Neil is a permanent resident of the Fertile Crescent (lol) because she’s already pregnant with their second kid.
From The New York Post:
Megan Fox is pregnant with her second child with husband Brian Austin Green, Page Six has exclusively confirmed. Fox is represented by top publicist Leslie Sloane Zelnick, who told us, “I can confirm Megan is expecting her second child with her husband Brian, they are both very happy.”
All I can say is: Yikes! Having one baby must be hard enough, but two that close together? I know people do it, and of course it’ll be ten times easier for Megan and Brian since they’re rich and can hire help, but goddamn. I wonder how many she’s going to pop out? And oh yeah, congrats to the happy couple!
August 2, 2013 at 7:30 am by Jennifer
As he wrote on his blog:
My only exposure to Megan Fox as an actress is through her role in two Transformers movies and the wretched (but happily forgettable) Jennifer’s Body. It may not be fair to judge her range of acting skills just from those three movies, but I think it is safe to say that there are probably hundreds of better choices for the role of April O’Neil. Of course, her name has promotional value, and maybe that’s what they want. Who knows? I can’t get myself too worked up about it.
I don’t really care about Megan Fox but I’m sure she’ll be able to handle the complexities of playing a news reporter who makes friends with large turtles just fine. Unrelated: I am always surprised when I realize that Megan Fox is only 26. I don’t know what it is, but she seems so much older to me.
If you could choose, who would you cast as April O’Neil?
March 8, 2013 at 5:30 am by Catherine St. Ives
She may have compared him to Hitler and called him “a nightmare to work for”, but Michael Bay apparently doesn’t hold grudges because Megan Fox has been cast in his newest project: an upcoming remake of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Bay revealed the news on his official blog yesterday with this exciting message:
“TMNT: we are bringing Megan Fox back into the family!”
I can totally see Megan as April O’Neill (I love that I even know the character’s name by heart), but there’s no confirmation on what her role will be. Wouldn’t that be hilarious if Michael Bay turned around and was like, “She’ll be playing Donatello!”?
I’m not sure what happened to bring these two back together again as the whole transformers fallout seemed pretty acrimonious, but I suppose we’ll have to put it down to… turtle power. No, really – I’m leaving now.
February 22, 2013 at 12:30 pm by Jennifer
Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green are two pretty good looking specimens, so it’s no surprise that their 4-month-old son Noah is one infant-sized package of adorable. “Accidentally” standing in front of a balcony window with baby in full view, BAG showed off the little one during a recent trip to Brazil.
Aw, how adorable. Look at his little pout – the baby’s and BAG’s, that is. I know I bitch a lot about the media’s obsession with motherhood and all that, but no one can deny that babies are squishy, cute and good for a cuddle… so long as you can give them back when you’re done, that is.
February 12, 2013 at 10:30 am by Jennifer
So this one’s a better interview, even though it’s not nearly as entertaining as the last time around. It’s more rational, and it doesn’t have all the talk about speaking in tongues and leprechauns and aliens, but it shows a softer side of Megan that, I think, really surprised everyone who maybe thought it just didn’t exist. But then again, it probably surprised some people to hear Megan talking about her belief tongue-speaking and other creatures of science fiction and fantasy, so maybe we all just need to sit back and allow Megan and her gorgeousness change our belief systems one piece at a time, huh?
Anyway, from Marie Claire UK, here’s Megan Fox on being a mother, and what it means to her:
I recognize the blessings when they come – like, I recognise I’m so lucky to work with Judd [in 'This is 40'!'] – but the ultimate satisfaction for me is being with my son. All I wanted to do my whole, whole life was have a baby and, now, I’ve finally done it. … I just want to give Noah as much of myself as I can. And I want to have more kids. This is where my heart is. It’s very hard for me to do this stuff, because I feel like this isn’t my job any more. My job is to be with him.
On being domestic:
I can cook, but I also want everything to look beautiful on the plate – then I get upset when people eat it. Everyone just tears through it and that makes me sad. It’s not a rewarding experience for me to cook.
On driving husband Brian Austin Green crazy with her disorganization:
I don’t make any sense: I’m a germaphobe, but I’m really messy. … I’m not disgusting – like I don’t leave food or dirty dishes out or anything – but I take my clothes off next to the laundry basket without putting them in and that drives him nuts.
More on BAG:
I just think we got lucky [to end up together]. I believe he’s my soulmate. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t take work, because we are very, very different. But we are tolerant of each other and we try to be patient with each other, and I don’t try to turn him into me and he knows not to try to turn me into him.
Last, on crying during the news, which I can personally and totally relate to:
I can’t watch the news any more. Everything makes me cry. Because everyone is someone’s child, every woman seems like someone’s mother. I have so much more patience for people and for women in general.