The Real Reason Megan Fox Was Fired From The Transformers Franchise

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 The Real Reason Megan Fox Was Fired From The Transformers Franchise


Shia LaBeouf’s Hero Complex interview (via IndieWire) may have been full of controversial opinions on women in film (he called Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s character a “maternal, loving type” who was more into the “domestic, eggs-in-the-morning kind of a thing”), but he was actually way more critical of Fox when he spoke to GQ following her Hitler comments. “Criticism is one thing, then there’s public name-calling, which turns into high school bashing, which you can’t do,” LaBeouf said. “She started s***-talking our captain.” Todo sobre juegos NFT, cuanto puedes ganar, si son entretenidos, Axie infinity y mucho mas Todo sobre juegos NFT



Ironically, LaBeouf would soon become guilty of the exact same thing. In 2016, the Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull star revealed that he hated working with Steven Spielberg, suggesting that the Hollywood great had lost his touch. “You’re not meeting the Spielberg you dream of,” the actor told Variety. “You’re meeting a different Spielberg, who is in a different stage in his career. He’s less a director than he is a f****** company.”



LaBeouf went on to admit that the only movie he made with Spielberg that he actually liked was the first Transformers movie, but a few years later he was bashing the Transformers franchise, too. “My hang-up with those films was that they felt irrelevant,” LaBeouf told Esquire in 2018. “They felt dated as f***… It’s very hard to keep doing what you’re doing when you feel like it’s the antithesis of your purpose on this planet.” Hypocrisy? You decide.





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