Thursday, June 11, 2009

Building a Hotter Megan Fox

Below is a behind the scenes video that shows how a hotter Megan Fox was built using the lastest in CGI technology for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

12 comments:

  1. NEW ROTF GAME FOOTAGE

    http://g4tv.com/thefeed/blog/post/696488/Transformers-Revenge-of-the-Fallen-Direct-Feed-Walkthrough-Beware-Devastators-Suck-Attack.html

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  2. Makes sense. Can't see how a human could be that hot.. ever (scarcasm)

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  3. That was actually pretty dumb.

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  4. I doupt CGI could make her any hotter. She's reached the top of the latter for being extremely attractive and I don't believe coputer graphics could break up to that rank. It seems kinda offensive that they think that they think they need to make Megan Fox any sexier than she already is. Poor Megan.

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  5. haha yeah she doesn't need CGI but im sure she likes having it. builds her cash flow.

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  6. That was freaking hilarious and so true! "Ok, she's the hottest girl you've ever seen and... ACTION!" And dating Megan #7... LOL

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  7. MEGAN FOXXX...MUCH MORE LIKE MEGAN ASS FOXY...BAY DOES NOT LIKE FAT GIRLS AND I DONT LIKE FAKE COMPUTERIZED CHICK...O WELL M.F...ROLL OUT...

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  8. ...this is a joke, right? They're not actually being serious or anything. I mean, really? C'mon.

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  9. why they care about hot woman in movie like this???
    transformers doesnt need to sexy actions to make as love it ..
    i think its really not good way ):

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  10. is everybody in here retarded :DD?
    that was a joke :DD

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  11. It was tongue in cheek, people. Have you all ever read The Onion? Same idea.
    They weren't being serious, and I hope no one actually thought it was real. I guess satire isn't for everyone.

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  12. Allright... I'm not interested into Imax version of this movie anymore... I want to see it in Megan-Foxvision ! :) Really fresh and fun video, that changes with all the serious-ness-ity that goes with this movie, thanks !

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