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Megan Fox

The “Transformers” actress takes aim at blockbuster success and holding onto her sexiest woman alive status.

Megan Fox arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of "Jonah Hex" on Thursday, June 17, 2010. Matt Sayles / AP
In "Jonah Hex," Fox plays Lilah, a prostitute who teams up with the disfigured bounty hunter (Josh Brolin) as he seeks to avenge the horrible murders of his family. Warner Bros.
Fox and "Beverly Hills, 90210" star Brian Austin Green met on the set of "Hope & Faith" in 2004, and wed in June 2010. Wireimage
Fox has at least eight tattoos, including numerous quotes, a yin-yang symbol on her wrist, and a picture of Marilyn Monroe's face. John Shearer / Getty Images
Fox tests the limits of her looks for her role in Diablo Cody’s upcoming 2009 horror movie "Jennifer’s Body," where she plays a woman who is almost dead. "I decided I would turn myself into a zombie. I got super, super skinny, stayed out of the sun for four months, and got to where I was losing my eyelashes and my eyebrows." Fox Atomic
Fox and Shia LaBeouf teamed up again in 2009's "Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen." Jaimie Trueblood / AP
"'Transformers' made $700 million and that opened a door to introduce this 'new girl,'" Fox tells Entertainment Weekly. "I happened to be such an outrageous personality that people wanted to start writing about me because it was deemed controversial. I think if I had been a typical Hollywood actress and I said all the right things and I had been a publicity android, it wouldn’t have escalated to this level." Chung Sung-jun / Getty Images
Fox joins her "Transofrmers" co-star LaBeouf at the South Korea premiere of the film on June 9, 2009. When asked by Entertainment Weekly if she's a good actress, Fox said, "I think I could be. If I really buckle down, I think one day I could be a very good actress. But so far, I haven’t done anything yet." Chung Sung-jun / Getty Images
Fox attends the "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" world premiere at Roppongi Hills on June 8, 2009 in Tokyo. "It’s going to be the best action movie of the summer," Fox told Entertainment Weekly. "Hands down, it will win that. But it’s not trying to be a Golden Globe-nominated film. It’s a badass popcorn summer movie." Junko Kimura / Getty Images
Fox arrives at the 18th Annual MTV Movie Awards at the Gibson Amphitheatre on May 3, 2009 in Universal City, Calif. Jason Merritt / Getty Images
Fox attends the 22nd Annual Kids' Choice Awards on March 28, 2009 in Los Angeles. Chris Pizzello / AP
Fox strikes a pose in the press room at the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Jan. 11, 2009 in Beverly Hills, Calif. "If you know how to take control of (being a sex symbol), then it can be powerful," the actress, 22, tells Esquire in its June issue. "But I have no idea how to handle it yet, how to deal with it." Jewel Samad / AFP - Getty Images
Fox appears on the covers of, from left, GQ, FHM and Maxim magazines. FHM named the actress the sexiest woman in the world. "I'm just really confident sexually, and I think that sort of oozes out of my pores," she tells Esquire magazine. "It's just there. It's something I don't have to turn on." GQ, FHM, Maxim
"The Office" star Rainn Wilson and Fox perform a skit at the MTV Movie Awards on June 1, 2008, in Los Angeles. Mark J. Terrill / AP
Fox presents the game of the year award at the sixth annual Video Game Awards at Sony Picture Studios in Culver City, Calif., on Dec. 14, 2008. Chris Pizzello / AP
Fox arrives at the GQ magazine 2008 "Men of the Year" party in Los Angeles on Nov. 18, 2008. Matt Sayles / AP
Fox and Shia LeBeouf star in the 2007 sci-fi adventure "Transformers." Directed by Michael Bay and based on the Hasbro toys that debuted in the 1980s, "Transformers" chronicles a war between two factions of giant shape-shifting robots that bring their battle to Earth. Fox stars as Mikeaela, the love interest for LaBeouf's character, Sam. DreamWorks
Fox poses at the premiere of the movie "Eagle Eye" at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, Calif., on Sept. 16, 2008. Mario Anzuoni / Reuters