Whether or not you’re a fan of Megan Fox’s acting ability or the films she’s starred in, her sexiness factor is simply undeniable. Since she entered the world of acting, she’s made a memorable mark in films, most likely due to her striking beauty. It all began for Megan when she showed off her youthful acting skills by playing villainous high school roles. Of her first roles in the early 2000s were “tween” movies including Holiday in the Sun alongside the Olsen twins, and Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen opposite Lindsay Lohan.
As she grew older, she went on to movie roles that allowed her to better tap into her inherent sex appeal. And, it worked for her. She monopolized on her beauty and landed roles in blockbusters such asTransformers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Once her acting career had really taken off, Megan began getting worldwide notoriety for her stunning appearance. For instance, she’s been featured many times in various “Hot” lists, including becoming a fixture in Maxim magazine’s Hot 100 list every year from 2007 to 2010. Also, FHM readers voted Megan the “Sexiest Woman in the World” in 2008. And, while her acting has certainly progressed over the years – making way for her to add more comedic flair to her roles than ever before – her looks are arguably what she’s still best known for.
Here are the 10 sexiest movie roles Megan Fox has had so far.
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Megan’s role in this 2008 British film was as sexy as ever. She played Sophie, a budding starlet who – for the large majority of the film – is the object of affection for the main character, Toby Young. The film was loosely based on the real life Toby Young’s memoir of the same name. It follows the main character’s five-year struggle to make it in the U.S., and being employed at an upscale magazine in New York City. Fans of Megan’s body got to see plenty of it in an underwear scene, and memorable (clothed) pool scene.
The movie is said to have helped push Megan into roles that allowed for her to be a little funnier than usual, especially when compared to her earlier, more serious roles. Ultimately, though, the movie didn’t sit well with critics or U.S. audiences, and scored very low on Rotten Tomatoes, despite a stellar performance from Megan.