When the Transformers live action movies needed a dashing femme fatale to play opposite the bumbling, nervou, and nerdy Sam Witwicky character, producers cast brunette bombshell Megan Fox in the supporting role.
I'm a little annoyed with my celebrity pregnancy friends. Drew Barrymore, Megan Fox and Kristin Cavallari were all knocked up at the same time I was and are now onto their second children without even discussing it with me first.
While critics were debating if Lena Dunham gets too naked too often, or if Melissa McCarthy is too fat to be a movie star, Julia Pastrana's mummified remains were being collected from an Oslo medical facility and sent home to Mexico to be laid to rest.
It is still all too easy for us to casually discount or criticize celebrities for their choices, their wardrobes, their mates, their art, their lives, their whatever... How incredibly heartless. And sad.
A question arises: Are American audiences ready to embrace appealing KGB operatives on television? Has enough passed from the post-war era to neutralize our view of Soviet spies?
Megan Fox is hot. Megan Fox's face is symmetrical. Megan Fox is kind of sad about being so hot. According to Stephen Marche, author of Esquire's outrageous new profile of the Transformers and This Is 40 actress, this is a complex problem requiring a thousands-of-words meditation and a completely unnecessary jab at Adele, Lena Dunham, Lady Gaga and Amy Adams.
While most movies would make sure every conflict gets settled and tied up with a neat bow, This Is 40 takes a more realistic approach to marriage and life by saying that sometimes you face problems you don't know how to solve.
These are the gorgeous hotels where some of our favorite celebs celebrated their first days of wedded bliss.
It makes it much more difficult for something to be titillating, "bad" and exciting when it's as commonplace as Diet Coke.
June is infamously known as "wedding mayhem month." It seems like couples everywhere choose this month over any other to say their own "I dos." Stars ...
Understand, I love baseball. Most Americans do. But the reason it resonates so deeply inside all of us has nothing to do with diving catches or late-inning heroics. It's because the game so elegantly captures the essence of human existence.
If you're hoping for a film that actually challenges norms about what it means to be a grownup or a family, you'll be disappointed.
There are those who will scream "DISAPPOINTMENT!" because Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen opened with $200 million in its first five days two years ago. If $180 million in six days is disappointment, sign me up for failure anytime.
Is Transformers: Dark of the Moon better than Revenge of the Fallen? Sure. But let's not mistake that to mean it's anything close to good.
New York Non-Stop's Roseanne Colletti and Bonnie Fuller of HollywoodLife.com catch up on the latest celebrity buzz involving Selena and Justin's summer romance, and Shia's fling with Megan Fox.