Megan Fox flaunts her sultry, sexy looks on Angeleno’s March 2012 cover. In the interview with the magazine, the gorgeous 25-year-old actress dishes on religion, her obnoxious and abrasive teenage attitude, but also on career and meeting her husband.
Until about age 10, Megan Fox attended a Pentecostal church and religion still plays an essential part in her life. “I’ve always been intrigued and repulsed by how divisive and hateful different Christian denominations are to one another despite their obvious commonalities and interconnections,” she says. The 25-year-old actress regularly attends an L.A. church that she presents as being “not judgmental, does not close its doors to anybody, and has a young, active, passionate congregation, which is how I like to experience church.”
Even though she is featured on numerous covers of famous, glossy magazines and is considered one of the most beautiful women in the world, Fox confesses that as a teenager she didn’t feel beautiful and describes herself as “abrasive”, “loner” and “obnoxious”. “I was never the pretty girl,” Fox told Angeleno. She also adds that, “I’ll fight to death for something I believe in, and I’ll be completely honest – even when being completely honest is maybe not the wisest way to be.” The actress then admits that maturity taught her how crucial self-control is. “I’ve learned you can do yourself a disservice by being too honest too quickly,” she says.
Before turning 16, Fox left high school and moved to southern California. Consequently, she earned her diploma via a correspondence program. “It was the deal I’d made with my mom: I had to have a real diploma before she allow me to drop out of Christian school and move to Los Angeles,” she says. “I think she’d dealt with me for so long she just accepted what was going to happen was going to happen,” the actress told in an interview with David Letterman back in 2009.
At age 18, Megan met her future husband, former ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ star Brian Austin Green. “I was too young to remember ‘Beverly Hills’, so I didn’t know who he was. But I knew I was instantly in love,” the drop-dead-gorgeous starlet confesses. The two married in June 2010 in an intimate ceremony on the beach in Hawaii.
Speaking about fellow cast members, Fox admits that she prefers to work with good people in a bad project. “I’d rather be with good people in a bad movie than the other way around,” the stunning actress explains. On her upcoming movie ‘Friends With Kids’, Fox says that, “Most of the cast knew each other very well already – Kristen [Wiig] and Maya [Rudolph] are BFFs; it was such a nice, welcoming, supportive environment.”
When it comes to her career, Fox has chosen to play in movies having disparate genres. The actress starred in ABC’s sitcom ‘Hope & Faith’, ‘Transformers’, ‘How to Lose Friends & Alienate People’, ‘Jennifer’s Body’, ‘Jonah Hex’ and last year’s ‘Passion Play’. After a cameo of herself in Sacha Baron Cohen’s ‘The Dictator’ this spring, she will appear in Judd Apatow’s ‘This Is Forty’. “I always try to choose something different than what I’ve done before,” Megan confesses.
Asked what her secret power would be if she were a comic book heroine, the sexy starlet told ‘Angeleno’ magazine that, “Invisibility. It’s how you gain the most advantage, at least in practical situations. I would also need super strength, but that’s a given.”
There is so much more about Megan Fox that people don’t know such as her love of comic books or her amazing interest for ancient civilizations. The actress believes that archeology holds answers to important questions, but numerous evidences are kept secret by governments and scientists. “Come on! You don’t think everything that’s learned is released to the public, do you? Surely you know one of my favorite shows is ‘Ancient Aliens?’,” Megan Fox says.
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