Driving to her local multiplex to see herself get blown off rooftops in Transformers, Carino chatted with VF Daily about standing in for a sex symbol, breaking her neck without realizing it, and the perils of nude stunt work. What does it take to be her stunt double? Well, I had worked with the stunt coordinator on several films before Transformers, so when I submitted my information to double Megan, I had no clue what size Megan was; I knew who she was from IMDb, but had no idea what she looked like in person. So they called me in and I ended up doubling her on the first one.
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By Daily Mail Reporter. Updated: GMT, 1 May As if watching giant robots fighting for control of the planet wasn't enough, producers have given film fans another reason to watch the new Transformers sequel - the sight of Megan Fox in hotpants. The stunning actress squeezes her curves into a tiny pair of denim shorts as she reprises her role as sexy biker Mikaela Banes in the upcoming Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. In the opening scenes of the latest trailer of the action movie, a hotpants-clad Mikaela is seen talking to her boyfriend Sam Witwicky on the phone about the new long-distance status of their relationship. Scroll down to see the new trailer. Sizzling: Megan Fox's character Mikaela Banes is working at her dad's bike shop and in a long-distance relationship with her boyfriend Sam Witwicky Shia LaBeouf at the beginning of the film.
The film's male star says that the year-old raven-haired actress couldn't handle Bay's sultry shooting requirements. The year-old believes that Bay's filming demands weren't in line with Fox's perception on how females should be treated, and that the director lacked the tact to be compassionate about it. It's summer. It's Michael's style. And I think she never got comfortable with it. When Mike would ask her to do specific things, there was no time for fluffy talk. We're on the run.
She came from a rough background, had a strained relationship with her father, and yet knew her self-worth. Body pans while she teetered over busted engines, close-ups of tight cut-off shorts and leather boots, the stray straddle of a motorcycle — these were what Bay would have you remember of Fox in his films. By this time, Fox had starred in two Transformers films. When asked about her experiences working with Bay — a man who had her come to his house and wash his car while he filmed her as part of the audition process for the flick — Fox compared his directing style to that of Hitler. He wants to be like Hitler on his sets, and he is. Admittedly, this was not the best choice of words, and Fox had gained a reputation for saying some outlandish things in interviews. Part of the letter read:.