Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Talks Michael Bay and Ghosts
Posted on May 27, 2011
Transformers 3 star Rosie Huntington-Whiteley covers the June/July 2011 issue of Complex magazine. In the interview, Rosie talks about working with Michael Bay, ghosts and success. However, she won't weigh in on exactly what happened to Megan Fox.
- On Working With Director Michael Bay: "Michael was great. We shot a commercial in 2009 for Victoria's Secret, that's where we met. Then he sent me an email last summer. He said, 'I'd like to put you on tape for this role for Transformers.' I figured it was going to be a small role, or an extra. I didn't jump on the idea, but I believe you should always take a meeting, so I went to the casting and went on tape. A couple days later, Michael sent me a message saying, 'We want you for the female lead, is that something you'd consider?' I met Shia that evening, then a week later I was doing a screen test, and two weeks after that I was doing my first scene. So it happened really, really quick."
- On What Happened to Megan Fox: "That's a question for the filmmakers. I haven't given it much thought."
- On Whether She Believes in Ghosts: "No. I believe that there's something else out there, but...I don't know what I believe in. That's a good question. I haven't seen them and I haven't met anybody who I would really trust telling me that they have. I believe in aliens...and spirits, but I'm not sure in what form a ghost would be."
Rosie also talked about success. She says it was nine years of working before she landed a big movie role like the Transformers franchise. Rosie says, "I'm really glad I've had struggles in my career. When success finally hits you, it helps put things in perspective. We're so small. You see these kids get success straight away or they grew up with it, and I feel for them 'cause how do they gauge any sense of reality?"
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