Ever since the start of filming the latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle remake, Megan Fox has appeared on set looking less than thrilled.But the 27-year-old actress needed one simple thing to help her perk up - a handsome co-star.Set to play April O'Neil, the brunette bombshell turned on the charm as she walked around Monday's NYC set with hunky Alan Ritchson, who plays Raphael. The former male model may have been wearing a silly-looking CGI costume for his role, but that didn't stop Megan from being allured as they filmed their scenes. The Transformers actress flashed her pearly whites, tilted her head and twirled her hair as she talked to the six foot two stud.While the Turtles are getting a high-def makeover, Megan donned her simple costume.
The girl can flirt! Megan Fox was charmed by co-star Alan Ritchson on the NYC set of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on Monday
Getting comfy: The 27-year-old clung to her Turtle's arm as they prepared to film a scene
There's that smile! The actress seemed pleased to have good company on set as she gabbed and laughed with her former model co-star
Skintight denim trousers clung to her fit frame as a dirtied yellow leather jacket hung over a hoodie and tank top.The mother of one affectionately held her co-star's hand and latched onto his arm - whether it was for a take was unclear.Alan, 28, is a relative film newcomer, as he his biggest roles are ahead of him with The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and the reptilian remake.
All cheered up: Happier than she has been lately on set, the brunette bombshell beamed next to Alan
Lights, camera, action: Megan hung onto her Turtle co-star's hand, who was fully suited up in a CGI costume
Finally some action! With weapons in her hands, the Transformers star was ready to take on her next scene
According to the website screenrant.com, the new TMNT installment aims to bring the Turtles to life using a mixture of real people - such as Megan's April - and digital character, a similar method to that used by Avatar and Rise of the Planet of the Apes.It adds that, unusually for motion capture filming, the movie takes place outdoors in addition to a closed set, which is a technique that was revolutionised on Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
Dressed down: In stark contrast to the Turtles' extensive costumes, Megan only has to wear casual skinny jeans and a leather jacket
The actor's shells also feature motion capture technology and helmets with miniature cameras attached, as seen on Alan's helmet.Producer Michael Bay has said that when the movie is released, he hopes that 'kids will believe one day that these turtles do exist.'
Character clash: While filming on the busy NYC streets, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles met Dora the Explorer
Up and coming: Alan is a relative newcomer to film, as his biggest roles are ahead of him in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Hunger Games: Catching fire
- 2013/05/21(火) 12:08:27|