We all know who Megan Fox is. After spawning quite the following from the first couple of Transformers movies, the foxy personality is still committed to her loyal fan base, so much so that she has been busy as of late, feeding her followers by planning to appear on all sorts of stuff that her fans are or could be interested in.
You see, she just appeared in her very first video game – of all things, getting immortalized as Amelia Delthanis in the popular mobile game, ‘Stormfall: Rise of Balur.’ That should satisfy the younger demographic of Fox’s following. And now, it has been revealed that, after having already taken roles for the Transformers and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles properties, she is also looking to venture towards yet another beloved franchise, this time it’s Indiana Jones.
Yes, Megan Fox wants to be involved in the gun-slinging adventures popularized by Harrison Ford, saying that she would love to play as the titular character and give us a female version of Indiana Jones to rival Lara Croft of Tomb Raider fame. It turns out that Fox wanted to be Indiana Jones growing up and it is something that she always found interesting. According to her, there is something about the theme of the Indiana Jones movies that draws her in and she would jump on the honor of putting on Ford’s iconic hat, if given the chance.
”I grew up always wanting that,” Megan Fox said. ”I’ve always just loved archaeology and Egyptology in general, and then that character in those movies made that stuff very exciting. I want to be an adventurer. That’s what I would love to do with my life. I’m not exactly sure, I’ve just have been drawn to it.”
”I always loved how fun and free-spirited Indiana is,” Fox also said. ”He’s an adventurous rogue archaeologist who barely escapes death chasing down treasures among the earth’s most mysterious sites. What’s not to love?”
Although Harrison Ford is already confirmed to return as Indiana Jones in the next movie, a reboot with Megan Fox playing as a female version of the character is plausible. But while Fox’s fans wait for that to happen, they can still look forward to ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows’ as she reprises her role as April O’Neil this June.