When Megan Fox first arrived in Hollywood, she very quickly caught the eye of moviegoers around the world. Kicking off her career at the turn of the century and propelling into stardom as co-star of the Transformers franchise, the young actress had made her mark before even turning 25 years old. She has seemingly slowed down since then however, reaping the benefits of what she has sewn and enjoying life to the fullest extent. With that being said however, the esteemed actress has just been cast in an interesting role where she will star in a remake of the 1967 Bonnie & Clyde film, Johnny & Clyde.
Though most probably haven’t seen the 1967 film, virtually everybody is familiar with the story of Bonnie & Clyde. An outlaw couple who went across the country robbing banks and businesses, the duo was viewed as a twisted version of Romeo & Juliet given the heinous crimes they committed while being madly in love. Now their story is set to be revisited once again in the upcoming project Johnny & Clyde,and they are already assembling an interesting cast for it. This week it was announced that Megan Fox has been cast to appear in the project ad is set to play a crime boss that the titular characters intend to rob, additionally being joined by Tyson Ritter of the band The All-American Rejects who has been cast as her head of security. While it may not sound like your typical Megan Fox role, it should be interesting to see what they come up with when the film finally comes to fruition.
Though Megan Fox has remained relatively quiet since the massive success of the Transformers franchise, she has remained a permanent fixture in Hollywood. Just a few weekends ago, she presented an award at the VMAs and made an appearance at one of the entertainment industry’s biggest annual events in The Met Gala. Clearly she still remains on the casting directors’ radars as well, securing herself a spot in a very intriguing project. Not much else can be said about the upcoming project Johnny & Clyde, but moviegoers can remain on the lookout for further updates in the coming weeks.