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“We Are Bringing Megan Fox Back Into The Family,” Blogs Michael!! Bay!!!

“We Are Bringing Megan Fox Back Into The Family,” Blogs Michael!! Bay!!!

One Response to ““We Are Bringing Megan Fox Back Into The Family,” Blogs Michael!! Bay!!!”

  1. Nicole says:

    I was shocked that anyone would be insane enough to give Bay the TMNT-francise and now Megan Fox as April O’Neil? She is absolutely the last person who fits in this role and I would rather see a man playing April, than her doing it. It seems like they try to kill my childhood memories with this film. I will never go in any cinema for this. Even when my life depends on it!

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