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Welcome to a fansite dedicated to the lovely actress Megan Denise Fox-Green. 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 her upcoming movie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Here on we will provide you will the lastest news, gossip and pictures. For more information please read our disclaimer or fill free to email me at if you have any questions.
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Why is all the press surrounding the new Transformers movie about Megan Fox, who isn’t even in the movie? Is this the studio’s plan?
—Junebug, Atlanta, via the inbox

It’s a delicious conspiracy theory, isn’t it? We imagine a smoky back room, filled with studio execs. They take a look at the final cut of Dark of the Moon, wail and moan as their eyes bleed out of their sockets, and then decide to market the whole mess by trashing franchise refugee Megan Fox.

So is this what happened? I asked around:

Likely, not.

Yes, by many accounts, this is not a good movie, even by blockbuster-sequel standards. It bows this week—but it’s gotten a stinky 39 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. CNN is calling it “lousy,” Rolling Stone warns that viewers run the risk of “dying a little inside,” and my buddy Garth Franklin at Dark Horizons went so far as to say that watching the film was like “being urinated upon.” The biggest complaint: that despite all the exploding robots, the story is just empty. There is no there, there.

Still, it’s unlikely that the studio behind the film orchestrated its marketing campaign around trashing Megan Fox. Publicists are evil, but they’re not, I am told, that evil.

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