Megan Fox is pregnant again. Just had her last churren less than a year ago, precisely 10 months and it’s like… why Megan, why!!? Do you want to pop ’em out quick so they can be close-in-age and relate to each other?
Was it kind of an accident like maybe you weren’t trying but you weren’t not trying and David Silver’s sperm is just really potent like fresh French cheese?
It’s fine. I ain’t mad atcha. But maybe next time, after the 12 months pass and the paparazzi are kind of over it and you have some semblance of privacy and the little guy or girl is done gnawing on your tits, you could possibly work on another good comedy like How To Lost Friends and Alienate People, Jennifer’s Body and This is 40, instead of more children? From her rep:
I can confirm Megan is expecting her second child with her husband Brian. They are both very happy.
I haven’t seen Whoopi Goldberg in a while, and especially not in a movie, but here she is, walking around the set of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with Tina Turner/Diana Ross hair, dressed in a bruise-colored bag of some sort.
If you’re wondering why I’ve attached Michael Bay‘s name to the new TMNT movie even though he’s just a producer (Jonathan Liebesman, who worked with Bay on Texas Chainsaw: The Beginning, directs), it’s because I want you to know that it will suck because of him, no matter how little he’s involved.
Dude has been obsessed with ruining our favorite childhood cartoons and toys since the first Transformers installment. (Please watch this hypothetical “what if Michael Bay directed Titanic” video.)
Anyway, Whoopi plays the big boss lady at Channel 6 News, who’ll probably be trying to prevent a pesky April O’Neil turtle pregnancy throughout the film. (Will Arnett is Fox’s fumbling cameraman.)
Michael Bay’s love for Megan Fox never dies.
Even after she said he had “no social skills at all,” called him a “tyrant” and compared him to both Hitler and Napoleon, he’s approved casting her in a new live action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie helmed by Wrath of the Titans director Jonathan Liebesman.
Bay raised a fleshy flag for Megan back when she was dancing under a waterfall for 5 seconds in Bad Boys II.