Megan Fox grew up after playing Shia LaBeouf’s love interest in the blockbuster Transformers. In the past twelve years she has not changed so much, while retaining her characteristic long brown hair. It is an essential part of her appearance, such as the bald head of Vin Diesel, the high ponytail of Ariana Grande and the vaulted booty of Kim Kardashian.
The 32-year-old actress, however, took on a new role by playing the American war correspondent Marguerite Higgins in the film Jangsa-ri 9.15. The brunette was spotted on the set and shook a blonde bob wig, transformed her (GET IT !!?!?!) From a sultry centerfold in a mother who better not find magazines with centerfolds in your room, young man.
Marguerite Higgins reported for the New York Herald Tribune during the Second World War, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. At that time, some generals thought that women did not do business on the military front and refused to make separate accommodations for them. However, Higgins has succeeded in persuading officers to grant equal access to female war correspondents, a major breakthrough. In 1951 she became the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for Foreign Correspondence, thanks to her book War In Korea: The Report Of A Woman Combat Correspondent.
Jangsa-ri 9.15 will tell the story of the Jangsa landing, an important part of the Battle of Incheon during the Korean War in 1950. By order of the American General Douglas McArthur, the United Nations and the South Korean troops could -Korean city recapture from Seoul two weeks later. And you know that Megan Fox will be perfect for this role, because she already has experience playing a journalist, April O’Neil of Channel 6 in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles: Out of the Shadows.
The South Korean production house Taewon Entertainment produces the film, which also shines the veteran Korean actor Korean actor Kim Myung-min and rapper-turned actor Choi Min-ho of the K-pop boy band Shinee. A spokesman for the company told Variety: “Fox is very passionate about her role and has spent time studying Higgins and preparing visual concepts.”
In 2016, Taekwon produced Operation Chromite, a film about spies sent to Incheon to gather information about North Korean positions before the invasion by UN troops. Liam Neeson played General Douglas MacArthur, who discovers that his daughter was kidnapped by Albanian sex carriers during a trip to Paris and decides to use his formidable skills to track down her – no, wait. Sorry. I think about Tasks. General MacArthur did something else.
During an interview with The New York Times, Megan Fox explained why she wanted to play Marguerite Higgins. “They brought it to me and I thought,” Are you sure I am the right person to use this? ” [Laughs] I usually get the mean girl, the evil queen, the stripper, the prostitute with a heart of gold, but it’s something new, it’s something that’s unpredictable and that’s exciting. “