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Tinsel Town isn’t quite so shiny, at least according to Megan Fox.
Although Hollywood is how she became a household name, the “Transformers” alum doesn’t have very many positive things to say about show business.
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The 31-year-old mom-of-three spoke to E! News about the “morally bankrupt” industry and its treatment of actors, and she did not mince words.
“You’re a commodity… you’re something that the studio owns,” she began. “As long as you survive filming and they’ve gotten what they need from you they don’t really care if you drop dead afterwards. It doesn’t matter if you break an arm or you break a leg.”
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Fox continued, “Things like when you’re working. You can get really sick, as long as you are not bleeding from your face, you are going to keep working and people don’t understand that. There’s no regard for your safety or your physical well-being at all because it doesn’t matter because you are a means to an end.”
They need what they need from you and then, goodbye. You know, ‘suck it up, tough it up and we’ll see you for the next one.’ That’s what I mean by it being sort of ‘morally bankrupt’ is that there’s just no empathy or concern for humanity or, god forbid, recognition of a spirit. In my experience, from my perspective, I haven’t experienced that in this industry. There’s not a lot of concern about what’s right for individuals.
Fox - Career - Treatment - Actress - Feud
Fox has been very candid in the past about her career and her treatment as an actress, much of which stemmed from a feud with “Transformers” director Michael Bay.
In the past, she called Bay out for misogynistic directing habits (she once told Jimmy Kimmel that Bay had made her — then a 15-year-old extra — dance soaking wet under a waterfall as an extra on “Bad...
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