By Rachel Krueger
Megan Fox is the worst, right? I mean, girl can’t act her way out of a paper bag. Also, she hasn’t yet figured out if she wants to be sexy and inscrutable, a la Angelina Jolie, or farty and fun — like Jonah Hill, but with boobs — and all this confusion makes for some cracked-out interviews.
Her robotic acting skillz made her a natural for the Transformers franchise (DO YOU SEE WHAT I DID THERE!? WITH THE ROBOTS!?), since her sole responsibility was to exude pheromones while things exploded. However, in true Megan-Fox-is-a-PR-nightmare style, she burnt her bridge last fall by comparing director Michael Bay to Hitler on-set and saying he was a horror to work for.
And that is dumb. One does not bite the hand that feeds one unless one wishes for that hand to no longer feed one. Ya dig? Fox learned this lesson the hard way when Bay booted her from the third installment of a shitty but inarguably money-making series.
Unless girl was right? Crap, you guys! What if Bay really is a movie-making Nazi? What if he actually is abusive and torturous to work for, and La Fox really did leave voluntarily. Awww, damn. Do I have to feel sorry for this wacko, and applaud her potentially-career-damaging-but-dignity-saving-maneuver? Somebody say it ain’t so.
I’m calling this one a draw. I refuse to acknowledge that Ms Fox may have made a difficult yet wise decision, but I won’t laugh at her for talking her way out of a job. Fairsies?