“[Marriage is] the one thing that I was really specific in waiting for until I was with somebody that I knew that I would be right with and she’s the one … She [Megan] makes me happy and a better person. She’s everything. There’s nice stability that comes with getting married. It’s a nice thing to know that I’ll come home to her and she’ll come home to me. It’s not the paper so much – it’s saying the vows and meaning it.”
Well, well, well. Brian Austin Green, Megan Fox’s husband, did an interview along with his wife for People magazine. Can you fucking believe it? I thought along with the those balls of his that she she locked up his larynx and vocal chords, too.
Good for you, Brian!
September 13, 2010 at 9:01 am by Sarah
“When I talk about my husband [Brian Austin Green], I feel as if people roll their eyes. It’s like when you’re 16 and order a martini, and the waiter says, ‘Do you think I’m stupid?’ They can’t grasp that I’m old enough to be married.”
Megan Fox, quite possibly one of my favorite celebrities of all time, talking about how people don’t take her seriously. Heh. Got you on that one, didn’t I? But the joke’s really on Megan. We don’t roll our eyes at your marriage, Meg. We roll our eyes whenever you open your mouth. That’s all.
September 10, 2010 at 6:00 am by Sarah
Did you know Megan Fox had a career before Transformers? Yeah, color me surprised, too. Fox, who worked with the Olsen sisters back in 2001 on one of their productions called Holiday in the Sun, recently interviewed and discussed the Olsen twins (for some reason) and claimed that working with the two was weird, and that the girls were “socially awkward.” Megan also intimates that both Mary-Kate and Ashley are “crazy,” and claims that they have phobias:
“They’re nice girls. The first time I had ever been around someone really famous was them. We were kids, I was about 15 and so were they … I saw how awkward socially they were with large groups of people because they had been famous their whole lives and looked at their whole lives and I didn’t understand why anyone would be like that. I had no understanding about why you would shut down and be afraid and have phobias, but as it happens to you you sort of develop them and become crazy.”
Um, OK. They might be a little eccentric (God, am I really defending the Olsen twins?), but if you don’t shut the fuck up, Megan, they’ll do something “crazy” and buy your soul. I mean, every billionaire makes bad investments sometimes, you know?
More photos of Megan Fox and the Olsen girls in Holiday in the Sun — a movie I did not see.
August 31, 2010 at 9:00 am by Sarah
The music video for “Love the Way You Lie,” Eminem’s song with Rihanna that you’ve probably heard a couple dozen times if you listen to the radio, was released last night, and it’s already got a lot of people up in arms. The video, which features a relationship between Megan Fox and Dominic Monaghan, plus Rihanna singing in front of a burning house and Eminem rapping out in a field, tells the story of your average incredibly toxic abusive relationship: Megan and Dominic take turns being violent, then they make out, then the cycle repeats.
The worry seems to be that the video will make domestic violence seem sexy, what with Megan Fox being involved and all the intense kisses that happen. Personally, I don’t get that from the video. No matter how sexy a kiss is, if it comes after a dude punches a hole in the wall right next to your head, it’s probably not the best plan. Likewise, no matter how attracted you are to your significant other, if things are so abusive, it’s not going to work out well for anyone, and I think the video makes that extremely clear (spoiler alert: everyone but Rihanna ends up on fire).
“It’s something that, you know, [Eminem and I have] both experienced, you know, on different sides, different ends of the table. It just was authentic. It was real. It was believable for us to do a record like that, but it was also something that needed to be done, and the way he did it was so clever. He pretty much just broke down the cycle of domestic violence, and it’s something that a lot of people don’t have a lot of insight on, so this song is a really, really powerful song, and it touches a lot of people.”
So what do you guys think? Do you have a problem with the video and the message it sends or do you think it’s powerful (not caring is an option too)?
August 6, 2010 at 1:24 pm by Emily
Our lady Megan Fox (who, incidentally, I dreamed about last night, and no, guys, I won’t share), is moving up and beyond box-office hits like Transformers and circus freak sex movies.
Fox is now the new face of Armani cosmetics (and wow, I thought the extent of Armani’s “branching out” beyond super-amazing haute couture was limited to overpriced boxer shorts sold at discount outlets) and sources say that the promo tour is going to start in October. Megan’s thoughts?:
“Mr. Armani is an iconic visionary for all things fashion. I’m honored to be associated with him and part of this campaign.”
Whatever pays the bills, girlfriend. And hey, good for you. That 90210 money isn’t gonna last you forever. It’s also a hell of a lot better than, say, Revlon or something.
August 4, 2010 at 8:30 am by Sarah
Too bad it’s not a movie or anything.
According to E!, Megan Fox is “thisclose” to starring in Eminem’s new music video, “Love the Way You Lie,” which is a collaboration with Rihanna for those of you who don’t listen to Eminem. That’s pretty neat, I guess – I haven’t listened to Eminem since “Superman,” and I don’t care much for Rihanna – but guess who else is already going to be in the video?
Dominic Monaghan! Or Charlie from Lost or one of the adorable hobbits from Lord of the Rings. It doesn’t matter, because no matter what you remember him from, he’s going to be undeniably, preciously out of place in an Eminem video, and I cannot wait to see it.
And if Megan does appear in the video, she and Dominic will have some “really intense” sexy scenes. Amidst Eminem’s rapping. Why has this not happened years ago?