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Is Megan Fox Coming Back for ‘Transformers 4’?

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bill-swift - June 12, 2013

One little Instagram hashtag caused an awful lot of commotion of the weekend.

You see, apparently someone at Paramount Pictures posted a pic of a Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Coupe on the company's official Instragram account, claiming it was "yet another surprise from Transformers 4," which really isn't all that interesting. What was interesting was, though, were the hashtags associated with the pic: #Transformers, #MichaelBay, and last but not least, #MeganFox.

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The post was quickly deleted, but it sparked a discussion on the fan forum over at the official website of Transformers director Michael Bay. And then, according to Perez Hilton, the forum's moderator chimed in with the following:

Someone's in trouble. It's gonna be a long week.

If not for that statement from the Michael Bay forum moderator, we might have been able to brush the Instagram pic off as a simple mistake. But this makes it seem like there's more to it.

So what's going on here? Well, obviouslyMegan Fox must be returning to the Transformers franchise that made her a household name—or at least, that's the conclusion that the internet came to. And why not? After all, Fox must have already to Michael Bay for comparing him to Hitler in a 2009 magazine interview, otherwise she wouldn't working on his re-boot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles right now.

Then again, it could also just be a lot of wishful thinking. We'll have to wait and see.



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