Our dear Megan was spotted yesterday (April 18th) shopping some unnecesary cosmetics at Planet Beauty Supply in Studio City, CA. I mean unnecesary because she doesn’t need anything to look beautiful =D
Enjoy the pics!
Is that a new car or she just got a paint job on her MB g550? Tell us what you think.
Brian Austin Green raced yesterday (April 17th) in the 36th edition of Long Beach grand prix. Brian ended in third position in the pro/celebrity race only outdone by two pros (He obviously won the celebrity category) Not bad at all, right?
In case you are wondering what his price was, it was a lovely hug from our dear Megan, who was there to support and cheer on him.
I thought I’d post an interesting article in which Brian Austin Green talks about Megan, their new PSA, their relationship and their son (His son actually). It’s a nice read to get to know Megan and her relationship with Brian a little bit more.
Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green joined forces with parents from the Wonderland Avenue Elementary School PTA from Los Angeles, CA to create a PSA to speak out about the budget cuts affecting teachers and kids in California.
Also Bay has revealed that 3 new actors are going to be part of the cast: Jonh Malkovich, Frances McDormand and Ken Jeong.
On the talent front, we just locked in Frances McDormand and John Malkovich. Both amazing actors I’ve always wanted to work with. We also just got Ken Jeong, he is the super funny actor stuck in the trunk from “Hangover” and the Doctor from “Knocked Up.”
Also, Bay was a special guest on Starz’s In The House on February 25th and talked about Transformers:
Pain & Gain or TF3:
“The true story is we went to Vegas to celebrate ['Revenge of the Fallen'] crossing the $400 million mark domestic. I said I’m excited to do my small little movie. They said, well we’re here to talk about that. I’ve become friends with these guys that run Paramount and they [told me,] ‘We’re going to get fired if we don’t have a 2011 franchise,’ so I’m like you can’t let these guys down. “The economy’s been so rough, it’s kind of important. When you say yes to movie like this you automatically give 3000 people jobs. 1000 for the toys. 2000 for the filmmaking. I’m going to put [the small film] on hold and do it right after ['Transformers 3'].”
“You can’t just rehash the old,” he explained. “We’re adding a lot of new elements. We’re adding new characters. We’re adding a lot of twists.”
On TF3 & 3D:
“It’s a process we’re testing with some ‘Transformers’ scenes,” he said. “How successful it is with my movie in terms of a lot of real stuff coming out of the frame, real dirt, real complicated little particles coming towards the lens, because hopefully that process will work. I’ve seen some tests that look great on other movies. I just want to see how it looks on my footage.”