Remember that one time, when Megan Fox was making that movie everyone was excited about — the horror film in which she was nude and nasty and taking bites out of every boy in sight? Remember the days when Perez Hilton was reporting on Jennifer’s Body, the Fox-led project written by golden shoe wearing Oscar winner Diablo Cody? I don’t know about you, but to me that time seems like forever ago. Nowadays this movie, which hits theaters in just a few weeks, is getting pushed lower and lower on the interest-o-meter. It’s hard to say why. Perhaps I’m wrong.
Perhaps this will help — a behind the scenes featurette that debuted over on Yahoo Movies last night. It gives us a better look at the story, including a little more background on the character of Needy, played by Amanda Seyfried. We also get a look at some of the more violent moments, in which Jennifer (Fox) is chowing down on some hometown high school boys. The film looks a lot creepier than expected, and if my hunch is correct, it’s probably going to be much better than it has any business being. But that remains to be seen. For now, lets all just take a look at this featurette and fill the comment section with additional speculation.
Jennifer’s Body is in theaters September 18, 2009.
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