New mom Megan Fox and director Michael Bay have had their differences in the past, but the duo seems to have kissed and made up, because they’re paring up again for his “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” film.
Fox and Bay worked together on two “Transformers” movies, but she was left out of the third. Some speculated that the 26-year-old had been kicked out of the last film after she likened Bay to Hitler during a magazine interview.
The hard feelings seem to have diminished over time, with Bay taking to his website to announce Fox will be joining his “TMNT” flick.
"TMNT: We are bringing Megan Fox back into the family!" he wrote on Thursday.
Rumors are swirling around Hollywood about which character Fox will portray, but various news reports are predicting the “This Is 40” actress will be cast as April O’Neil, one of the few humans the turtles are friends with.
The Internet Movie Data Base hasn’t credited Fox with being involved in the movie; in fact, they have yet to give any actors credit toward the film.
According to the site, it’s set to come out in 2014, and IMDB describes Bay’s future film as when “aliens invade Earth and inadvertently spawn a quartet of mutated reptile warriors, the Ninja Turtles, who rise up against them to defend the world.”
Fox hasn’t publicly spoken about her new role in the film, and, unlike many Hollywood stars her age, she doesn’t have a Twitter account where she releases professional and personal information to her fans.
After six days on the mini-blog, Fox seemed to have turned her back on her new social media account.