Not me; I was on the right side of history on this one.
In a recent interview with Presige Hong Kong, Megan Fox made comments about the way women are undervalued in film. Her comments were on point and I couldn't help but think about how her career has been. Megan Fox is an actress in Hollywood with a very mixed public reception and a filmography limited despite her being fan-cast in multiple projects for years.Read More
Karyn Kusama, director of such films as Girlfight and Jennifer's Body, casually subverts everything in her latest film The Invitation, an urban horror story about middle-class Americans at a dinner party. I was fortunate enough to be able to meet up with Karyn Kusama for an interview about her latest film, her career, and her inspirations.Read More
It's party time! Party time! Excellent!
Welcome to day one of our week-long series of films by female directors. Today: Mainstream movies. All hail Wayne's World.Read More
Yesterday's revelation that Megan Fox will not be starring in Transformers 3 stunned and divided a nation. While Fox is not generally regarded to be a particularly gifted actress, she is a pretty gal, and was seen by many as the main reason anyone would want to sit through a Transformers movie (typical messageboard comment: "Yeah… They just cut their boxoffice in half..") Time will tell what actually happens with Transformer 3.
Fox's PR team issued a statement yesterday that said that "It was her decision not to return. She wishes the franchise the best," which Deadline's Nikki Finke dismissed as "absolutely untrue." More likely, she was axed for, among other reasons, comparing Transformers director Michael Bay to Hitler.
How did things break down between Bay and Fox? We investigate:Read More