During her acceptance speech, the 23-year-old Transformers star took the opportunity on stage to clear up some rumors: “I don’t usually do this, but I want to take this moment to actually say something genuine. There have been a lot of false reports done concerning how I feel about this movie. I just want to be very clear that I’ve always felt that I’m a very ordinary part of an extraordinary film and these movies took me out of obscurity and they gave me a career and I’m completely grateful to everyone involved in and with this franchise.”
Megan continued, “I don’t know why you keep voting for me for these things. I don’t feel like I deserve them. But thank you and I love you so much.”
“I'm in the movie and I read the script and I watched the movie and I still didn't know what was happening,” Fox told CBS' “Early Show.” “I don't know how you saw it in IMAX without having a brain aneurysm or at least a migraine headache!”
The actress later went on to bash the film's director, Michael Bay, comparing him to “Hitler” and saying he was “a nightmare to work for.” Fox's comments lit a match under the movie's crew members, who posted online that Fox is “talking trailer trash,” “ungracious” and “dumb-as-a-rock.”
However Fox and Bay's problems seem to have been squashed as the director, who has revealed the film's third installment will be out next July, recently addressed the actress on his open forum.
“Megan Fox, welcome back,” Bay wrote. “I promise no alien robots will harm you in any way during the production of this motion picture. Please consult your Physician when working under my direction because some side effects can occur, such as mild dizziness, intense nausea, suicidal tendencies, depression, minor chest hair growth, random internal hemorrhaging and inability to sleep.”
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