There’s always room for Megan Fox on this blog. Her latest shenanigans involve a scorching hot video by Esquire Magazine, hamming it up on the Jonah Hex movie set, and being set to play a raven haired beauty in Fathom, a movie adaptation of a comic book by an artist I actually like.
Megan Fox in ESQUIRE Magazine
Her recently popular magazine shoot is with Esquire Magazine. They have an exclusive video capturing Megan Fox from the moment she wakes up to what she eats at lunch. I don’t believe that many women can wake up writhing and arching their back, drink a beer, eat a fat burger and look as good as she does. It’s a gift.
From the DailyMail:
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Photographer Greg Williams shot the hottest actress with a hi-tech Red One camera, which meant he could grab stills of her at the end. He recorded ten minutes of loosely scripted footage – getting out of bed, rolling around on a pool chair, lighting a barbecue. “It allowed her to act,” Williams says. “She could run scenes without being reminded by the sound of a shutter every four seconds that I was taking a picture.” Williams was then left with ten minutes of footage which he turned into a mini-film called ‘Good Morning, Megan Fox.’
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Megan Fox in Jonah Hex
Megan has also been caught recently wearing a slinky costume with a tiny midsection on the Jonah Hex movie set. She squeezed her 22in waist into an 18in corset meaning her waist is about 6 inches across. That sounds like a reasonable torture to look hot. She stars as Leila opposite Josh Brolin who plays Jonah Hex. The movie is about some ridiculous bounty hunter fighting a voodoo practitioner that raises an undead army out in the wild west.
From the DailyMail:
“When Megan first slipped into it she almost couldn’t breathe,” said a source. “It’s extremely tight – but I think you’ll all agree she looks sensational.”
“Megan’s got an intriguing role in the film,” said the source. “By day she’s the epitome of respectability – by night she’s a man-eating vice girl. And without giving too much away I can tell you she’s one hot ticket in some sizzling scenes.”
It’s been rumored that her character is a prostitute. I heartily approve this decision. Bravo!
Megan Fox in Fathom
Her next big project will be Fathom, a comic book series adapted for the big screen. Megan Fox plays Aspen Matthews, a marine biologist who is the victim of an attack at an underwater research station. Aspen finds that her anatomy is not quite human and eventually discovers that she’s part of an underwater race hiding from humanity called The Blue. This race and their city is like Atlantis, very technologically advanced and apprehensive of humans. Aspen is abducted and they attempt to use her as a weapon since certain members of the Blue can manipulate water and energy. She finds that she’s more powerful than she could have ever imagined. Chaos ensues. She fights bad guys. People die. World is changed forever. Sounds like it could be epic right?
She definitely has the looks to pull off Aspen Matthews. I photoshopped these set of pictures together so you can see a side by side comparison.
The 22-year-old actress claims to have been a lifelong comic reader with a penchant for the late Michael Turner’s artwork — which is why her upcoming turn as the lead character in “Fathom” is nothing short of a dream come true. “[‘Fathom’ is] a comic book property by my favorite artist, Michael Turner,” Fox told USA Weekend during a photo shoot with herself and soon-to-be “Green Hornet” star Seth Rogen. “It’s about this underwater race of people, and it’s plausible, really, because so much of the ocean is unexplored. We don’t really know what’s under there. It could be happening, which I like.”
Like Megan Fox, I also like Michael Turner’s creative work, he does some fantastic and unique looking art. I’ve been following his work since I was in high school. The Fathom movie was planned to be directed by James Cameron back in the late 90s, but that obviously never happened. I’m glad it didn’t happen until now because there wasn’t a suitable brunette to play this role back in the 90s. Megan Fox saves the day again. It must be a tough life being a heroine all the time.