“Transformers” is a movie based on toys about giant shape shifting robots from outer space. They can turn into cars and planes and stuff. Some are good, some bad. The good robot leader is a descendant of other good robot leaders, which apparently means robots have sex and give birth to descendants.
Megan Fox suggested that this type of movie is driven by special effects:
“I mean, I can’t s— on this movie because it did give me a career and open all these doors for me. But I don’t want to blow smoke up people’s a–. People are well aware that this is not a movie about acting.”
This is going to be hard to believe, but the director is offended by that. Us.com says…
“She says some very ridiculous things because she’s 23 years old and she still has a lot of growing to do.
Bay says he “100 percent disagrees” with Fox.
“Nick Cage wasn’t a big actor when I cast him, nor was Ben Affleck … Shia LaBeouf wasn’t a big movie star before he did Transformers — and then he exploded. Not to mention Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, from Bad Boys,” he points out.
“Nobody in the world knew about Megan Fox until I found her and put her in Transformers,” he says.
Bay gives 6 examples of his star making wizardry and all 6 are wrong. 2 of his unknowns had already won Academy Awards, 3 were the lead in their own TV shows, and Megan Fox was in “Bad Boys 2″, so apparently Bay is so good he can discover people twice. But even if he did, uh, it’s Megan God Damn Fox. It would be like LeBrons high school coach bragging because he noticed him during tryouts. Oh, so you noticed the 6’9” 12-year-old who just scored 50 points in a 4-minute scrimmage? What, is that unusual or something? I’m not an expert like you and Michael Bay.
(the pictures below don’t exist by the way, because they were taken before 2007, when no one in the world knew about Megan Fox.)