Gentlemen may prefer blondes — but Megan Fox would now prefer to have her giant Marilyn Monroe tattoo erased from her right forearm.
The 25-year-old star confirmed to Italian fashion magazine Amica that she is in the process of removing (via laser treatments) the talked-about portrait of the Hollywood legend from her famous body.
But the Transformers bombshell has plenty of other body art staying on — with over nine other tattoos, including a quote in honor of her Passion Play costar Mickey Rourke on her ribcage, a tribal tattoo on her left wrist and another quote on her shoulder.
Fox also fesses up to removing, like so many young women before her, a naval piercing.
A sensual and mysterious Megan Fox – with wings. That alone should warrant multiple film viewings, but throw in some obsessed Mickey Rourke, sassy Kelly Lynch (love her!) and unsettling Bill Murray and you’ve got the new to DVD/Blu-ray flick “Passion Play” hitting shelves on May 31 from Image Entertainment. Rourke plays a washed-up jazz musician on the run from gangster Murray who happens upon angelic carnival bird woman Fox and sees a way to possibly wash his dirty slate clean. Rife with many twists and turns in a noir world where nothing is as it seems, the film is the directorial debut of “Scrooged” and “The Recruit” screenwriter Mitch Glazer. (Who is also married to the ever-timeless Lynch – lucky dog!) Starpulse got a chance to chat one-on-one with Glazer about his journey getting the film to the screen, securing his eclectic cast and the insight behind having a lead character with wings.
Megan Fox has a very ethereal quality in this film that we haven’t seen from her before – was that a conscious decision on your part during the casting and shooting?
Can you talk about Megan Fox’s wings for a moment – how did they either help or hinder in terms of making the film?
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Just a head’s up to Megan Fox fans, ‘Passion Play’ is coming to Redbox. Keep a look out June 14, 2011 for the DVD & Blu-ray at your local stores that have a Redbox machine.
Rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for language, some sexuality/nudity, violence and brief drug use.
The brunette beauty, who appears in ads for Emporio Armani Underwear, Armani Jeans, Giorgio Armani Cosmetics, and the Armani Code fragrance, is seen on screen wearing two sexy styles by the designer.
The first, from the Emporio Armani Underwear collection, of course, is a soft blue negligee with black lace detail on the top and at sides. The second is a form-fitting, vintage Giorgio Armani gold beaded gown with a devilishly deep neckline and mermaid silhouette.
Besides providing costumes for films like American Gigolo, Shaft, The Untouchables, and The Dark Knight, Armani also recently outfitted Cate Blanchett for the thriller Hanna.
Passion Play, which opens May 6 in L.A. and New York, stars Mickey Rourke as a jazz musician who attempts to save Lily (Fox)—an honest-to-goodness angel with wings—from her life as a side-show attraction.
Q&A: Mitch Glazer on Megan Fox, Mickey Rourke, and His New Miami Gangster Series.
Hollywood just hasn’t been the same since Mitch Glazer moved back to Miami. The screenwriter and his wife, Kelly Lynch, usually keep benevolent watch over the movie crowd’s social scene from their breathtaking Lautner house up in the hills, but they are currently sweating away in the Sunshine State on Magic City, a new series for Chris Albrecht’s Starz network. West Coast editor Krista Smith caught up with Glazer to talk about the new show and his directorial debut, Passion Play, which opens in limited release today.
Here is a snippet of the interview:
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Passion Play, starring Mickey Rourke, Bill Murray and Megan Fox will be available on video-on-demand on May 6, the same day that it debuts in theaters, DISH Network said on Wednesday. Moreover, it won’t bear a premium pricetag. DISH said the movie can be viewed in high definition for $5.99 or $4.99 in standard definition. Released by Image Entertainment the so-called day-and-date release would ordinarily have been greeted with anger by theater owners, who are waging a resolute battle against such early releases on video-on-demand. Except that it’s difficult to determine where it will be playing. Online ticket sellers Fandango has no theaters listed for the movie, and indeed Entertainment Weekly reported last month that the movie will be going straight to DVD on May 31 after receiving mostly negative reviews when it debuted last September at the Toronto Film Festival. Los Angeles Times writer Mark Olsen noted at the time that the movie was received by the audience “as something of a spectacular folly.”
I’m definitely going to be ordering it in HD video-on-demand!