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Who’s that girl? It’s definitely not Jess.
Tuesday’s episode of New Girl, at long last, introduced us to Megan Fox‘s Reagan, a pharmaceutical sales rep staying in downtown Los Angeles on business. In addition to being drop-dead gorgeous, she can concoct the perfect Old Fashioned cocktail, give Chuck Norris a run for his money with her roundhouse kick and make the art of prescription drug sales look badass.
The perfect woman, right?
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For Nick, absolutely. After spending the first few »
Tonight was Megan Fox's first episode of New Girl, and I have a few thoughts on her debut coming up just as soon as my favorite show is Sax in the City, about four old ladies in a jazz band... Given Megan Fox's inherent Megan Fox-iness, it would have been very easy for New Girl to bring her in for four weeks of the guys drooling and crawling all over each other to try to have sex with the hot new roommate. But while there's some of that in "Reagan"(*), the episode smartly turns expectations on their head at several points. Nick lusts after her, but Schmidt only has eyes for Cece, and his response to the revelation that Reagan and Cece once hooked up doesn't inspire predictable lesbian/threesome fantasies from him, but instead paralyzes him with jealousy, some Nick Cannon air drumming, and his usual »
- Alan Sepinwall
We've now had a few weeks of a new New Girl: No Jess, lots of wacky guest stars, high-energy goofs, and erasable self-contained plots. And it's worked pretty well! Fresh blood gets to bounce off known personalities, minor characters get room to breathe and build relationships — which is great news for Winston — and it makes a nice showcase for people like Fred Armisen and Lennon Parham. "Reagan" takes that formula and stretches it a little, leading to mixed results. The leading premise is that we get to meet Reagan Lucas, a.k.a. the long-foretold Megan Fox. So far, her character manages to be both better than I expected, and somehow still slightly underwhelming. Let's take that apart!We open with Nick and Cece behind the bar, where they're both getting hit on. Cece responds politely but dismissively, but that's still enough to set off Schmidt, who has some real trust issues. »
- Kathryn VanArendonk
The wait is over! Megan Fox's New Girl character will be introduced Tuesday night. In an exclusive sneak peek at the actress's debut, Nick (Jake Johnson) offers Fox, who stars as pharmaceutical rep Reagan, a "lovely room for rent" at his and pal Winston's (Lamorne Morris) place since Reagan's current living situation is less than ideal."Reagan is a pharmaceutical rep so she travels a lot and her company is putting her up at a really terrible hotel," Fox - who has been filling in for a portion of the fifth season during Zooey Deschanel's maternity leave - explains. »
- Mariah Haas
One of the less well-regarded comic book films of all time was one from only a few years ago - 2010's "Jonah Hex". A critical and commercial disaster, the $80 million budget project made just $10 million at the worldwide box-office and was the subject of scathing reviews.
Its stars Josh Brolin, Megan Fox, John Malkovich and Michael Fassbender managed to escape its stink without much damage, even so the film itself has become something of a poster child for how not to make a comic book movie. Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor ("Crank") were originally hired to write and direct but dropped out before filming and were replaced by animation director Jimmy Hayward.
Rewrites, production problems and reshoots soon followed, and it was an experience that Brolin doesn't have many fond memories of. Speaking with The Nerdist and The Frame, Brolin discussed the mess and why he signed up in the first place:
- Garth Franklin
Megan Fox has been added to the roster for the next five episodes of Fox’s hit show, The New Girl. Fox will be playing Reagan, a no-nonsense pharmaceutical sales rep who sublets Jess’ room while she is away on jury duty. Star Zoey Deschanel, who plays Jess, is on maternity leave. The first episode with Fox is titled, “Reagan,” will […]
- Crystal Smith
Yes, we're definitely missing Jess on New Girl now that we've gotten to the stretch of episodes where Zooey Deschanel was officially out on maternity leave, but there's good news: This week marks the first of Megan Fox's five episodes as temporary roommate in the loft. And guess what? You're going to love her. A lot. Fox plays Reagan, a pharmaceutical rep whom Nick (Jake Johnson) and Winston (Lamorne Morris) convince to move in to Jess' room while she's sequestered on jury duty—and she's nothing like the adorkable teacher at all. She's ultra-confident, sarcastic, and has no tolerance for B.S. And she used to hook up with Cece (Hannah Simone). Ah, MTV Spring Break 2003, those »
Hell hath no fury like a woman without a proper rain shower. (That’s how the old saying goes, right?)
Desperate to impress his new roomie, Nick uses his handyman skills to install Reagan’s ideal shower head… but it turns out Nick knows as much about plumbing as he does about a decent Fico score. »
New Girl has seen its characters through some pretty significant changes over the past five years, but perhaps none has been more significant than this season’s six-episode, Jess-less arc while Zooey Deschanel is on maternity leave. But, true to its title, there is a New Girl — in the form of guest star Megan Fox, whose first episode airs tonight. Vulture spoke to New Girl creator Liz Meriwether about this new character, unexpected directions, and the show’s one true love story.I just finished watching the first two episodes of the Megan Fox arc —And you hate them! No, I was thrilled! She’s super funny.Yeah, she’s great. We’re really lucky to have her. There’s something about her in this character that felt sort of new for her, and then there’s something about this character on the show that felt good for us, this confident, »
- Jenny Jaffe
Can actor Dean Sanderson get a bit overdramatic? Well, yeah. But this week on The Grinder (Fox, 9:30/8:30c), that trait costs the family firm a big client — and thus triggers the need for therapy. Cue guest star Maya Rudolph!
The (very) funny lady kicks off a multi-episode this week as Jillian, Stew’s own shrink who agrees to take Dean on as a patient. As revealed in the featurette above, her work proves almost too successful, when Dean “overcorrects” and begins “therapizing” the whole family. »
Megan Fox is making the most of her 20s while she still can. The New Girl guest star turns 30 on May 16, and it's not an age she's particularly excited to be. When Ellen DeGeneres brought it up on her eponymous daytime talk show Tuesday, she sensed the actress' trepidation. "Why are you making the face?" she asked. "Is that a problem?" "It's not a problem," Fox said about getting older. "When you're young, that sounds so old. When you're in high school or even when you're in your early 20s, it still sounds like, 'By the time I'm 30, I should just give up.' What's the point of going on at that age?'" she explained to the host. "And »
Following the release of the first TV spot during the Super Bowl, which happened to give us our first look at Krang [watch it here], Paramount Pictures has now debuted a second promo for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. Check it out here…
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 is once again produced by Michael Bay, with David Green (Earth to Echo). directing. Megan Fox (April O’Neill), Will Arnett (Vernon Fenwick), William Fichtner (Eric Sacks), Alan Ritchson (Raphael), Jeremy Howard (Donatello), Pete Ploszek (Leonardo) and Noel Fisher (Michelangelo) all return to the cast, while new additions include Stephen Amell (Arrow) as Casey Jones, Tyler Perry (Gone Girl) as Baxter Stockman, Brian Tee (The Wolverine) as The Shredder, Gary Anthony Williams (Boston Legal) as Bebop and WWE’s Sheamus as Rocksteady with Alessandra Ambrosio (Casino Royale) and »
- Amie Cranswick
Could the new girl on New Girl create some problems for Schmidt and Cece? That’s certainly the case in tonight’s episode, titled “Reagan,” which introduces Megan Fox’s Reagan, a pharmaceutical sales who may end up moving into the loft after she meets Nick. However, it’s not any type of romance between Reagan and Nick that will be the source of drama in tonight’s installment; instead, it’s her history with Cece that causes a fight between the pair. As many media outlets have widely reported (and as the promo below shows), Cece and Reagan hooked up one time years ago, and that news makes
- Chris King
The X-Files‘ Dana Scully may not be immortal, but wouldn’t it have been nice if her mother were?
As many X-‘Philes guessed — and TVLine feared — Margaret Scully dies in the revival’s fourth hour, her death a painful tearing-away of Dana’s one constant: No matter what insanity Mulder was up to from week to week during the original run, Mama Scully always had a gripping hug and some nonsense-free advice for her only remaining daughter. She was the voice of reason when a delusional Dana pulled her gun in “Wetwired.” She was a bedside regular throughout her daughter’s cancer arc. »
For those of you who’ve been asking for longer episodes of Reality Check, be careful what you wish for!
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This week’s 36-minute, low-fi episode is not edited by our trusty director Jason Averett — and therefore contains a whole lot of mess about Beyoncé’s “Formation,” the etiquette of Patti Labelle and Aretha Franklin and the proper pronunciation of the word “me” when it appears in an N’Sync jam. (Also, a sidebar on ladies’ footwear!)
Fret not, though: My co-host Melinda Doolittle and I »
Fox is playing Reagan, a no-nonsense pharmaceutical sales rep who sublets Jess’ (Zooey Deschanel) room while our titular heroine is sequestered on jury duty (or, in reality, while Deschanel is out on maternity leave). She makes her first appearance in an episode aptly titled “Reagan.”
It remains to be seen just what kind of roommate Reagan is, but judging by our sneak peek, Jess certainly might have some qualms about her suitability as a subletter — mostly because she hates pretty much everything Jess owns. Nick (Jake Johnson) seems more than happy to accommodate their new guest, which makes sense, given that he’s the self-proclaimed “rock of the group.” Winston (Lamorne Morris), on the other hand, may have some reservations, since he’s the “loft worrier. »
- Laura Prudom
People watch the Super Bowl for different reasons. Some actually watch the game. And some watch just to be social. But everyone watches for the ads. And whether they were previews of things to come or commercial tie-ins, there were plenty of commercials to thrill and inspire us this year. I’ve posted my six faves below and want to know your own. Leave your picks in the comments!
One-way Ticket To Metropolis, Please
One of the more creative tie-ins featured two ads, one with Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne and Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor from the upcoming Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice shilling for Turkish Airlines. Hey, I’d book a seat to Gotham City if the Turks could get me there!
Welcome Back To The Jungle
Disney previewed the live-action remake of its animated classic The Jungle Book and it looks thrilling. Though it Is a »
- Harker Jones
Last night, fans got a new glimpse at Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows with the trailer that debuted during Super Bowl 50, giving us our first look at the villainous Krang. As it turns out, fans don't have to wait much longer for even more footage, with Comic Book Movie uncovering yet another TV spot, which gives us a fresh look at Stephen Amell's Casey Jones, Megan Fox's April O'Neil and Laura Linney's mysterious character. It isn't known when we'll get the second full trailer, after the first trailer debuted back in December.
We also showed you a trailer preview last week that gave us our first look at Laura Linney's mystery character, Tyler Perry as Baxter Stockman and Stephen Amell as Casey Jones, along with Bebop (Gary Anthony Williams) and Rocksteady in action. A rumor surfaced in August that Bebop & Rocksteady will "mutate" halfway through the movie, »
When you think of the prototypical Hollywood star, is this face what you see? No, I didn’t think so. Rather images of Pitt, Clooney, Jolie and Megan Fox pop up in your head, as actors are supposed to be flawless and gorgeous, right? Though that’s generally true, many roles require the actor to be significantly different looking than your average leading man. But also, since they can’t rely on their looks to get them by, these actors have had to make their careers based on their talents alone, and therefore I find them to be better dramatic and comedic performers
Eight of the Strangest Looking Actors in Hollywood »
- Paul Tassi
Take a look @ new footage, plus images from producer Michael Bay's new 3D feature, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows", starring Megan Fox and Stephen Amell ("Arrow"), revealed during "Super Bowl 50", February 7, 2016:
"...the 'Turtles' battle scientist 'Dr. Baxter Stockman' who in cahoots with their enemy 'Shredder'...
"...creates mutants in the form of 'Bebop' and 'Rocksteady' leading to an invasion of New York City by 'Krang'.
"To prevent the end of the world, the Turtles and their human friends 'April O'Neil' and 'Vern Fenwick' ...
"...Come to their aid with vigilante 'Casey Jones'..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows"...
- Michael Stevens
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