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How Jennifer Aniston proved she can actually act — and deserves Emmys glory

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Jennifer Aniston has sustained a lot of friendly fire in the 25 years since she became America’s ageless Breck Girl next door — but this now-veteran actress is nobody’s victim.

Sure, the beloved former “Friends” star was typecast after a decade (1994-2004) as spoiled rich chick Rachel Green on NBC’s “must-see TV” sitcom, followed by another decade-plus of retread movie rom-coms — some smash hits, others total stinkers, often co-starring fellow slummers Adam Sandler and Jason Bateman.

Despite six previous Emmy noms (and one 2002 win) for comedy, armchair critics reveled in flooding social media with shady praise of Aniston’s flawless hair — and snide critiques of her supposedly one-note range as a lightweight actress.

Suck it up, haters: Gold Derby gurus now rank the 51-year-old as a front-runner to win Best Actress in a Drama Sunday at the 2020 Emmys for her revelatory, against-type performance as Alex Levy, an aging TV hostess on the verge of a nervous breakdown in the hit Apple TV+ series “The Morning Show.”

“Don’t underestimate Aniston just because many prognosticators pick Laura Linney or Olivia Colman to win,” Gold Derby founder Tom O’Neill told The Post. “Don’t forget that Aniston won the SAG Award earlier this year and that has virtually the same voting system as the Emmys — only actors voting for actors.”

Plus, “Aniston is having a triumphant career comeback that’s especially alluring to TV industry insiders,” O’Neill added. “She portrays a reigning TV celebrity struggling to survive a crumbling, cruel world around her — the threat of younger, rising stars and her shock to discover the awful secrets and betrayals of the old regime.”


Jennifer Aniston made her off-Broadway debut in 1988 at Joseph Papp's legendary The Public Theater.

Aniston made her off-Broadway debut opposite Tony winner Tony Shalhoub (“The Band’s Visit”) in 1988 at Joseph Papp’s The Public Theater.

But the actress proved long ago that she had real chops in a wide range of under-the-radar projects — the masses just slept on it. Here are nine times Aniston proved she can really act:

Before she had “Friends” (1980s to mid-’90s)

Aniston started learning her craft at Manhattan’s Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts (a k a the “Fame” school), making her off-Broadway stage debut at 19 in “For Dear Life” at Joseph Papp’s legendary Public Theater in 1988.

When Hollywood came calling, the brunette with an allegedly different nose honed her chops in supporting sitcom bits. By 1992, she joined the repertory company of Fox’s short-lived sketch-comedy series “The Edge” (an “SNL” audition didn’t pan out) before starring in a starlet prerequisite: a horror flick — 1993’s “Leprechaun.”

But what many don’t realize is that she low-key returned to Broadway for “24 Hour Plays” marathons in 2006 and 2009.

“She’s the One” (1996)

Miles from her turn as glossy-locked debutante Rachel, Aniston’s sad-eyed plain Jane with true grit stole this sweet indie movie from va-va-voom blond bombshell Cameron Diaz, who was fresh off her star-making debut opposite Jim Carrey in “The Mask.” Critics noticed, but audiences — and Hollywood execs — seemed determined to pigeonhole her into Sandra Bullock/Julia Roberts castoffs.

“The Object of My Affection” (1998)

This saccharine soap opera about a gal who falls for —  and makes a baby with — her gay bestie (Paul Rudd) was a tone-deaf misfire. But its acclaimed director Nicholas Hytner, of Broadway and Shakespearean theater fame, hinted at Aniston’s future greatness. “Her first instinct may be to put a very skilled, polished, funny twist on a line — and believe me, she can make anything funny,” he told Vanity Fair in 2001. “But she can equally, after a moment’s thought, find a much more interesting, more truthful, much more touching way of playing a scene … when she spends more of her time with material that requires her to exercise other muscles, her really considerable gift as an actress will be more widely recognized.”

“Office Space” (1999)

One word sums up Aniston’s scene-stealing supporting role in Mike Judge’s offbeat workplace comedy: “flair.” As a frustrated waitress at Chotchkie’s — a stand-in for TGI Fridays — she goes off on the priggish boss who rides her for not wearing enough decorative buttons. A low-key flop at the time, it has since achieved true cult status, leading Aniston to once proclaim, “You know what I really love? I love when people say, ‘I loved you in some movie’ that didn’t really get any attention.”

“The Good Girl” (2002)

This dark comedy found Aniston channeling Sissy Spacek in “Badlands” with her dry voice-overs as a small-town cashier on the skids — and generated sparkling oddball chemistry with a pre-“Brokeback Mountain” Jake Gyllenhaal. After it premiered at the Sundance Film Fest, famed critic Roger Ebert raved, “Aniston has at last decisively broken with her ‘Friends’ image in an independent film of satiric fire and emotional turmoil … It will no longer be possible to consider her in the same way.” So why isn’t it available on any major streaming service?

Tabloid princess (2005 to eternity)

It wasn’t a scripted performance, but embodying grace under pressure was perhaps the greatest role of her repetitive rom-com era. Despite being pummeled with “poor scorned Jen” tabloid headlines on a weekly basis after Brad Pitt ditched her for Angelina Jolie, Aniston’s steely depth seems so obvious now. In 2005, she told Vanity Fair, “I don’t have a halo that I’m polishing here [but] I am not defined by this relationship. I am not defined by the part they’re making me play in the triangle.” But by 2016, she was warning Marie Claire readers: “I have worked too hard in this life and this career to be whittled down to a sad, childless human.”

“Friends With Money” (2006)

Writer-director Nicole Holofcener thought outside the box to cast America’s sweetheart as a depressive stoner maid trolling luxury department stores, scooping up free beauty product samples to fill an emotional void when she’s not dead-end boning a younger dude. Aniston more than held her own opposite a cast of powerhouse character actresses (Frances McDormand, Joan Cusack, Catherine Keener) who possessed a wealth of acclaim that remained out of her reach.

“Cake” (2014)

Yes, they glued a prosthetic scar on her iconic face, drabbed up her golden tresses and wrote out her signature smile. The calculated “ugly her up for an Oscar” playbook would be laughable — if she wasn’t so damn good. Aniston’s haunting turn as an accident victim battling chronic pain earned her Golden Globe and SAG nods. “I felt like I went back to class,” she told ABC News at the time. “It’s been so long since I’ve had to, or ever had something like this to dive into. I’m thrilled. It was exciting to keep challenging myself.”

“The Morning Show” (2020) 

In a premiere episode boardroom monologue that calls to mind Faye Dunaway’s camp-classic rant — “Don’t f - - k with me, fellas. This ain’t my first time at the rodeo!” — from “Mommie Dearest,” Aniston delivers an electrifying jolt of thin-lipped rage. As a daytime TV diva fighting to survive after her longtime co-host (Steve Carell) gets #MeToo’d, she exposes previously untapped range — basically stealing the show from her Oscar-winning co-star/producer Reese Witherspoon, who plays her younger heir apparent.

Digging into the dark underbelly of celebrity culture was “cathartic,” Aniston has since revealed. “To actually look at it from an actor brain, observing it and acknowledging it, I had to look at it as opposed to pretending it doesn’t exist,” she told the Los Angeles Times. “That show was 20 years of therapy wrapped into 10 episodes. … I would read a scene and feel like a whole manhole cover was taken off my back.”

But is it enough to finally earn her that first Emmy for a legit drama?

“Come on, it’s Jennifer Aniston,” Gold Derby’s O’Neill told The Post. “Sometimes Hollywood industry awards are really just all about hugs — and Jen deserves a big one for her welcome return to the spotlight on red-hot Apple TV+.”


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Original Mickey Mouse Club ‘Mouseketeer’ Bonni Lou Kern dead at 79

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Original Mickey Mouse Club “Mousketeer” Bonni Lou Kern died of natural causes Monday in Wooster, Ohio at age 79, TMZ reported.

Born in 1941, the 50s TV star etched herself into Disney history after her name was used in the very first episode of “The Wonder Mouseketeers!” The installment, entitled “Save Bonni Lou Kern!,” saw her fellow Mouseketeers trying to rescue her from a fishing net.

From there, Kern starred alongside fellow Mouseketeers like Annette Funicello, Judy Harriet and Eileen Diamond and even appeared in the film “Save the Wonder Mouseketeers!”

During her storied Disney career as a child star, Kern was reportedly bestowed with the Mousecar Award — the highest award the House of Mouse gives out — as well as the key to Fantasy Land, according to TMZ.

Later on, Kern worked as a muppeteer on the “The Muppet Club Show,” “The Great Muppet Caper” and “The Muppets: A Celebration Of 30 Years,” among many others.

She changed her name to Bonni Carr after marrying Harold “Bud” Carr in the late 60s in Hawaii and is survived by three daughters, six grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

On Tuesday, Kern’s daughter Allyson Struzan posted a moving Facebook tribute to the late screen legend, captioned “You will be missed by all.”


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Andy Cohen denies rumors of new cast members joining ‘RHOBH’

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Andy Cohen is shutting down rumors that Caitlyn Jenner and Sophia Hutchins are in talks to join the next season of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

The Bravo head honcho shared on his Sirius XM radio show on Thursday that he barely knows who Hutchins is.

“I know that she’s Caitlyn’s girlfriend, right?” he told his co-host John Hill.

“Well, roommate and manager,” Hill, 41, responded.

Cohen, 52, then clarified that any reports of Jenner, 70, or Hutchins, 24, joining “RHOBH” is a classic example in which “the call is coming from inside the house,” implying that Jenner or Hutchins may have started the rumor themselves.

In September, a source told Page Six, Jenner and Hutchins “mutually decided to try the new reality show together, and Caitlyn is pushing for Hutchins to be cast.”

“I know that they have expressed their interest publicly,” Cohen said. “On social media, they’ve tagged me in posts saying, ‘This is a great idea,’ but … we’ve never talked to them formally. That rumor is not true.”

The “WWHL” host appeared hesitant when asked whether he would ever consider having Jenner on the reality show even in a “friend of the Housewives” role, saying, “No, I just don’t see it.”

A rep for Jenner did not immediately return our request for comment.


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‘South Park’ pandemic special goes ham on 2020, mocking Trump, Disney, cops

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No topic has ever been too sensitive for “South Park” to mock — and in the Sept. 30 “Pandemic Special” episode, the long-running animated series had its knives out.

“The Pandemic Special,” which is the show’s 308th episode, is considered a stand-alone and is the first of its kind for the series.

The kickoff to Season 24 sees the police shoot Token (the show’s main Black character) and go on a rampage killing kids who are out after curfew. It also implied that Randy Marsh might be the one who spread COVID-19, since he visited China — a country that banned “South Park” after the Season 23 episode “Band in China.”

The show’s version of President Donald Trump — Mr. Garrison — is also shown refusing to take any actions to stop the virus due to the fact that many of its victims are Latinx, and he says on-screen that he “made a promise to the American people to get rid of all the Mexicans.” He later prevents a cure from being released.

The episode also takes aim at Disney, when it’s revealed that Randy and Mickey Mouse are responsible for the virus’ spread.

“You made a deal with the devil when you sold your ‘Mulan’ s – – t to China!” Randy says.

In an unusual move for the show that relentlessly mocks everything, the episode also features two earnest moments. The first is Mr. Garrison turning to the camera and seriously imploring, “Big election coming up. Don’t forget to get out and vote.”

There’s also a speech from Stan, who says, “I can’t take these shutdowns anymore, and I’m scared what it’s doing to me. I’m looking for who to blame — saying I’m trying to help people to make myself feel better. The truth is I just want to have fun again…I just want my life back.”

“South Park” has been renewed through Season 26 on Comedy Central. An air date for the remainder of Season 24 has not yet been announced. “The Pandemic Special” will also stream on HBO Max 24 hours after airing.


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Netflix reveals heart-wrenching images of Chadwick Boseman in his final role

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Netflix has dropped pictures of Chadwick Boseman’s last role in the streaming giant’s flick “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” which premieres Dec. 18.

Based on Pulitzer Prize-winning August Wilson’s play of the same name, “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” explores racial tensions through the lens of the real-life “Mother of Blues,” who died in 1939.

The photos, posted to Netflix’s Twitter account, show Viola Davis as Rainey, with Boseman playing Levee, her trumpeter, in 1920s Chicago. It is directed by George. C. Wolfe and produced by Denzel Washington. Colman Domingo, Glynn Turman and Taylour Paige also star in it.

Boseman died of colon cancer in August at age 43. According to the New York Times, the film was shot during the summer of 2019.  “He did a brilliant job, and he’s gone,” Washington told the paper. “I still can’t believe it.”

Like many, Davis was not aware that Boseman was ill while they were filming. “I’m looking back at how tired he always seemed,” she said. “I look at his beautiful, unbelievable team that was meditating over him and massaging him, and I now realize everything they were trying to infuse in him to keep him going and working at his optimal level. And he received it.”


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Celebs rush to support Chrissy Teigen after devastating pregnancy loss

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend received a barrage of support from famous friends including Kim Kardashian and Gabrielle Union following the model’s heartbreaking message announcing her pregnancy loss.

On Wednesday night, Teigen, 34, revealed the news in an Instagram post days after she was hospitalized for bleeding during her pregnancy. The model and Legend, 41, had been expecting their third child, a baby boy they called Jack.

“We’re always here for you and love you guys so much,” Kardashian posted, while Union wrote, “We love you guys so much and we will be here for whatever yall need. Always.”

Channing Tatum told Teigen he is “sending so much love.”

Paris Hilton commented, “My heart breaks for you and John. I am so sorry for your loss. Sending you and your family so much love.”

On Twitter, “Top Chef” host Lakshmi replied to Legend, “So very sorry, John & Chrissy. He’s a part of you and will be with you forever.” She also responded to Teigen’s message, writing, “Sending all of my love and comfort your family’s way. Jack will be with you always.”


Kim Kardashian; Chrissy Teigen and John Legend; Gabrielle Union

Kim Kardashian; Chrissy Teigen and John Legend; Gabrielle Union

Teigen confirmed in August that she was expecting. A month later, she had been placed on full bed rest and had recently received two blood transfusions.

In her post announcing the loss, Teigen wrote alongside a series of very personal black-and-white photos from the hospital: “We are shocked and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about, the kind of pain we’ve never felt before. We were never able to stop the bleeding and give our baby the fluids he needed, despite bags and bags of blood transfusions. It just wasn’t enough.”

On Sept. 28, Teigen told fans that she was about halfway into her pregnancy.


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American model-TV personality Chrissy Teigen shares the heartbreaking news of the loss of her baby

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Chrissy Teigen and her singer husband John Legend shared the unfortunate news on social media. The baby couldn’t survive complications during the pregnancy.
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American model-TV personality Chrissy Teigen and her singer husband John Legend have lost their third baby, a boy, whom they had taken to calling ‘Jack’. The couple shared this heartbreaking news on social media to inform their fans and well-wishers.

Taking to Instagram, Teigen shared a heartrending note along with a few pictures from her time in the hospital. She wrote, “We are shocked and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about, the kind of pain we’ve never felt before. We were never able to stop the bleeding and give our baby the fluids he needed, despite bags and bags of blood transfusions. It just wasn’t enough…”

 
 
 
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We are shocked and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about, the kind of pain we’ve never felt before. We were never able to stop the bleeding and give our baby the fluids he needed, despite bags and bags of blood transfusions. It just wasn’t enough. . . We never decide on our babies’ names until the last possible moment after they’re born, just before we leave the hospital. But we, for some reason, had started to call this little guy in my belly Jack. So he will always be Jack to us. Jack worked so hard to be a part of our little family, and he will be, forever. . . To our Jack – I’m so sorry that the first few moments of your life were met with so many complications, that we couldn’t give you the home you needed to survive. We will always love you. . . Thank you to everyone who has been sending us positive energy, thoughts and prayers. We feel all of your love and truly appreciate you. . . We are so grateful for the life we have, for our wonderful babies Luna and Miles, for all the amazing things we’ve been able to experience. But everyday can’t be full of sunshine. On this darkest of days, we will grieve, we will cry our eyes out. But we will hug and love each other harder and get through it.

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Many of Teigen and Legend’s friends and social media followers expressed their sorrow over the news. One of them wrote, “Sending so much love to you and john and the kids. I wish I could take away your heartbreak”, while actress Selma Blair said, “I am so sorry angel momma. I am so sorry. This grief. This grief. It will hold you and the love will break through. I am so sorry. Your family. You. Love you. My deepest sympathies” and actress Ruby Rose commented, “Thinking of you. I’m so sorry.”

Chrissy Teigen also took to Twitter to express her disbelief over the tragic turn of events. She wrote, “Driving home from the hospital with no baby. How can this be real.”

This would have been Teigen and John Legend’s third child together. The couple has two kids – daughter Luna Simone Stephens and son Miles Theodore Stephens – born in 2016 and 2018 respectively.


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My public charter school is one of my greatest passions

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During a normal September, I’m obviously not covering the NBA Finals. I’m in Detroit welcoming students to a new school year at the public charter school that I founded: the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy.

Just an exit off the Lodge Parkway from where I grew up, the high school is one of my great passions. We converted an abandoned elementary school into JRLA and opened our doors officially in 2011 with 120 students. We graduated our first class in 2015 and now have 420 “scholars” enrolled. It’s been such a thrill to see it grow. Every September, I stand on the sidewalk and greet the kids and parents. This year, because of the pandemic, we’ve gone to a remote learning model, so there is no one to physically greet. The scholars are at home working on the school-provided laptops and home Wi-Fi.


Jalen at the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy.

Jalen at the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy.

The school’s four core values are family, respect, excellence and determination. I know our principal Wendie Lewis, a charter school vet, and our staff are working even harder this year to keep those values and JRLA glue in place.

Here are things that shouldn’t be political: voting and education. I went to a Detroit public school. My kids are fortunate enough to have attended private school. I’ve seen it from all sides, and it’s important for families to have a choice where they send their kids. Especially as many of the inner city kids are overlooked because unfortunately money and ZIP codes dictate so much when it comes to quality of education. JRLA has an open enrollment, and if the number of applicants goes over, we would go to an admission lottery for each grade level. We don’t admit students based on their test scores. We want scholars and families who align with our vision of success and our values.


The Jalen Rose Leadership Academy graduating class.

The Jalen Rose Leadership Academy graduating class.

When it came time to create the bones of JRLA, my co-founder, entrepreneur Michael Carter, and I wanted to create something unique in the space. So we went to a 9 to 16 model, which means we not only support our scholars while they are inside our building from grades nine to 12, but we also extend services and backing to them while they’re in college. Many top performing schools say goodbye and good luck to the kids when they leave the building. We stick by them, help get them internships, connect them with mentors and other programs. Most of these kids are first generation college students, and that kind of support helps them cross the finish line.


Jalen Rose and Chanelle Miles.

Jalen Rose and Chanelle Miles.

We have sports such as volleyball, cheerleading, cross-country and, of course, men’s and women’s basketball. When it comes to hoops, we don’t have a huge facility. It’s still a middle school gym, so we don’t play any home games. I like to joke that they are the Harlem Globetrotters, playing all their games on the road. Our kids have gone to tournaments in Las Vegas, and other basketball clinics including Chris Paul’s in North Carolina. We are constantly fund-raising to keep this a reality.

One of my favorite success stories is Chanelle Miles who was in our first graduating class, and she knows the entire journey. Two of her younger cousins have also graduated from JRLA and are now in college. After JRLA, she went to the University of Michigan on the Jalen Rose endowment, which meant she went for free. While there, she studied abroad three times, once in Lima, Peru, and also in Madrid and Seville, Spain. She even did a business program in New York City where she visited me at the ESPN studios. Now, 23, she is a behavioral technician working with autistic children.

“It’s just as much my school as it is Mr. Rose’s,” she said. When she graduated from Michigan in 2019 with a degree in psychology, five of her teachers from JRLA attended the commencement. I’m a little jealous because I didn’t even graduate from the University of Michigan (I ultimately got my degree from the University of Maryland), but I am so proud of her.


Jalen's charter school in Detroit.

Jalen’s charter school in Detroit.

Those relationships are important to me. When I’m in the halls, I like to interact with the kids, high five and dap. Some of them are shy and some are bold. They’ll say things like, “Hey, Mr. Rose, do you know my uncle? He went to school with you,” or “What do you think about the Lions this season?” And while I am not the dean of discipline, sometimes I need to do a little “nurturing” and talk to the kids.

And yes there are some perks. A few years ago, I was at the University of Michigan Midnight Madness with a few alum and introduced them to DJ Khaled, who performed. Rapper Big Sean was at our first graduation and for last year’s remote ceremony, I was able to get Jamie Foxx, Kyle Kuzma and Mike Epps to deliver speeches.

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I’m not going to lie, I sometimes cry at the graduations. I get emotional when I am out in the community and see my graduates working and contributing. It’s education. It’s not going to be 100 percent perfect. Success is measured in many different ways. But to do this in my hometown has become a calling.

Detroit native Jalen Rose is a member of the University of Michigan’s iconoclastic Fab Five, who shook up the college hoops world in the early ’90s. He played 13 seasons in the NBA, before transitioning into a media personality. Rose is an analyst for “NBA Countdown” and “Get Up,” and co-host of “Jalen & Jacoby.” He executive produced “The Fab Five” for ESPN’s “30 for 30” series, is the author of the best-selling book “Got to Give the People What They Want,” a fashion tastemaker and co-founded the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy, a public charter school in his hometown.


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Megan Fox blames her post-Transformers image for poor reception to Jennifer’s Body

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Actor Megan Fox says her image in the media following her role of glamorous Mikaela Banes in the Transformers franchise had a catastrophic effect on her 2009 movie Jennifer’s Body. The horror-comedy, written by Diablo Cody and directed by Karyn Kusama, featured Fox as a demonically possessed high school girl who kills her male classmates. During her appearance on Eli Roth’s History of Horror: Uncut podcast, the actor referenced to her “fall-out” with the Transformers makers, saying that it had a negative impact on Jennifer’s Body.

“I was being vilified a little bit when the movie was getting ready for its release, it was that interesting juxtaposition to shooting up to extreme heights of fame right before the movie was released and then… the tearing me down was starting to happen. Then I had this immediate fallout with someone I worked in the industry. That happened right when I was on the press tour for ‘Jennifer’s Body.’ I think it all sort of exploded at once. I think people definitely viewed me as negative or having bad intentions or just being really shallow and selfish, if it could be reduced and simplified even to that,” Fox said. The actor said the film never “stood a chance” mainly because of her “image” at the time. “All these people put in a lot of hard work into making a really quality project that was panned for reasons that had nothing to do with them,¿ she said. “A lot of it was just about my image at the time and who I was in the media at the time and the backlash to that. The movie never really stood a chance,” Fox added.

The actor, who found global fame with Bay’s two “Transformers” movies, was fired from the franchise after she compared the director with German dictator Adolf Hitler. It is rumoured that veteran filmmaker Steven Spielberg, who served as an executive producer on the franchise, was upset with Fox’s comment and had forced her to leave the series. Now after so many years, the actor is happy that “Jennifer’s Body” is regarded as a feminist piece of art and that so many girls are able to relate its core story. “I think somewhere inside of every girl they can relate to this idea of feeling like ‘My power has been taken away from me and what would I do if I got all of that power and then some back’. “I imagine that’s one of the things that they relate to: That vicarious letting lose, what’s referred to in our hippie circles as ‘the inner wild woman,’ ‘the inner wild witch’ that we all have. That is an archetype,” Fox said.

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