Megan Fox Goes Topless in Jennifer’s Body

Megan Fox

Jason Reitman has gone from being the hotshot director who has made two of my favorite films from the past 5 years (Thank You for Smoking and Juno) to being a big tease. Yes, you read that right — a big frickin’ tease. Yesterday Reitman visited the Howard Stern show to talk a little bit about the film he is currently producing, the Diablo Cody-scripted Jennifer’s Body.

When talking about the film, Reitman mentioned that star Megan Fox, who plays a demon-posessed cheerleader that goes on a killing spree, might just end up a tad naked before it is all said and done. He told stern that the Transformers hottie has a scene where she lures some unsuspecting dude into the woods under the “come this way, it’s naked time” clause.

And at this point, you are probably no longer interested in what we have to say about this, so here is a picture of Ms. Fox:

Megan Fox

Also, just as a disclaimer, Reitman did mention that while she will be topless in the scene, her hair covers the parts of her chest that we are really interested in seeing. Sorry for the buzz-kill, but at least we waited until after the picture to tell you…

Jennifer’s Body is the second film penned by Oscar winning Juno scribe Diablo Cody. Jason Reitman is on to produce the film for Fox Atomic, with Girl Fight director Karyn Kusama at the helm. Co-starring alongside Megan Fox is Alpha Dog‘s Amanda Seyfried, J.K. Simmons, Adam Brody and Chris Pratt.

Hat tip courtesy of ShockTillYouDrop

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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