Men’s Magazines Are OutFoxed; Planning A Blackout Day For The ‘Transformers’ Star
Chances are if you have a subscription to GQ, Maxim or Esquire, you’ve been seeing a lot of Megan Fox lately. The Transformers hottie has been a fixture on the covers of most men’s magazines for months on end.
Remember the old adage that you can never have too much of a good thing? Well, apparently you can. Several websites that cater to red-blooded American males have decided to go Fox-less for a full 24 hours. AskMen.com editor James Bassil says:
We’re joining in the media blackout and giving our readers a one-day reprieve from the woman we’ve been drowning in all summer.
Hmm. Maybe boycotting Fox for a day will actually give these sites a chance to cover other serious men’s issues that they’ve been neglecting like finding your inner bro or how to talk to a chick at a coffee shop.
Eric Rogell of TheBachelorGuy.com adds:
It’s time to give another young actress a shot at the attention. We’re taking a one-day break from covering Megan’s latest nail polish colour and instead promoting another Next Big Thing.
No word yet on what that “Next Big Thing” will be (perhaps a sequel to that Madonna and Rupert Everett movie?).
This blackout may even benefit former cover girls like Jennifer Aniston. It’s been a while since she’s appeared in a magazine wearing nothing but a tie.
For those of you who are not yet tired of Ms. Fox, watch the following trailer for Fox’s upcoming movie Jennifer’s Body, where she plays a cheerleader turned assassin:
While promoting it at last weekend’s Comic-Con, Fox was asked if the movie was sexy and she responded by saying:
You better put on your fuckin’ sexy shoes for this movie! There is at least one girl-on-girl kiss, and a seduction precedes each kill
Diablo Cody‘s script for the movie leaked online a few months ago and it looks like we have the following dialogue to look forward to:
-“It smells like Thai food in here – have you guys been fucking?”
-“I wonder if he’s circumcised – I’ve always wanted to try sea cucumber”; and the classic “I’ll just play Hello Titty with the bartender.”
Did I say look forward to? I meant, avoid like the plague.