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"Jonah Hex" hottie Megan Fox spills on her co-star Josh Brolin, wearing a corset--and what she's like away from the cameras!
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Kristina Guerrerro: The script comes along, why did you want to do it?
Megan Fox: Because Josh Boden was doing it.
Kristina Guerrerro: Duh! Yeah, duh!
Megan Fox: And John Malcovich was doing it Michael Faspan are always doing it. And I’d seen him in Hunger. And they’re all just phenomenal talents. And I felt really privileged and lucky to be able to be a part of something like that.
Kristina Guerrerro: Working with Josh Boden like you said, you wanted to do the film because he was in it. What was it like working with him? He’s a phenomenal actor but he seems to be just a nice guy.
Megan Fox: He is a nice guy. And he’s really charismatic. And he’s very smart. And he’s very witty. And he’s just really likable. The whole crew loved him.
Kristina Guerrerro: So, tell us about your character.
Megan Fox: My character, Lyla is, she’s in love with Tris, to Jona Hack. She’s a working girl in the west.
Kristina Guerrero: She’s a working girl?
Megan Fox: Yeah, she’s the lady of the night as many women were back then. It’s historically pretty accurate. She’s in love with him and dedicated to him. And he can’t love here because everyone that he loves dies, unfortunately. And he’s very shut-off and very jaded and disconnected. He lost his wife and his family. And he has all these personal issues. And so, it’s the struggle between these two people, of her wanting to be loved and her wanting to be with him and him wanting to love her but he’s just not as capable as she is.
Kristina Guerrerro: The corset my friend, I was like, “Look at…
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