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He Went to the Journal; She Re-Teamed with Michael Bay

MeganFoxAprilONeilIt’s likely that Marshall Heyman‘s September 2009 interview with Megan Fox in Wonderland magazine had more than a little to do with the freelancer joining the Wall Street Journal the following spring. Fox’s comment that director Michael Bay “wants to be like Hitler” on a movie set was heard around the world and would be dissected for years to come.

Today, the other half of this celebrity interview circle is complete with the release of a new Fox-Bay collaboration. Or is it? LA Weekly film critic Amy Nicholson thinks that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles producer Bay may be extracting some belated revenge for that 2009 interview comment:

If you thought Bay had forgiven Fox for saying he was “like Hitler,” this new April O’Neil role is proof he hasn’t. It’s a set-up.

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Transformers: The Message Boards

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Transformers continues to astound.
And here’s how:

It also broke records to become the biggest opening in the history of the universe for a movie with a character with the surname Witwicky and largest gross at the stroke of 3am on a Thursday for a movie who’s cast average over 25ft tall.

Over at Don Murphy’s website, fans are claiming to have seen the film 4,5,6, 7 times. Then there’s the toy freaks. Murphy’s site , true to his maverick spirit, is a free-for-all, and the producer can give as good as he gets.

Director Michael Bay runs his site like a movie set, only without craft services. Don’t ask for a job or post a script, no personal insults or gossip, and take it easy on the swearing. Don’t expect any answers from Bay, either.