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Megan Fox to Join Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann in 'Knocked Up' Spin-Off

March 17, 2011 (4:46 am) GMT
The former 'Transformers' star is in talks to join the cast of Judd Apatow's next directing vehicle where Rudd and Mann will reprise their 'Knocked Up' roles.
Megan Fox

is likely to make a return to big budget Hollywood movie with "" spin-off. The 24-year-old beauty who parted ways with "" film franchise last year is said to be in talks to star in the untitled Judd Apatow project.

A next directing vehicle for Apatow, the movie will reunite and who will reprise their "Knocked Up" roles as Pete and Debbie respectively. Fox's role, meanwhile, is still kept under wraps, so The Hollywood Reporter says.

The movie will take place several years after "Knocked Up" and focus on the married couple, Pete and Debbie. Apatow, who also writes the script, has not shared much about the film, but he previously said, "People were really taken by those characters," about why he would make the spin-off project. He added, "I think people really emotionally connected to the challenges of their marriage and I thought, you know, they were only a small portion of the movie."

Megan Fox's latest starring vehicle that got a wide release is "". She also stars in "" which has received "dismal" reviews at recent Toronto International Film Festival, and will open in limited U.S. theaters on May 6. She is currently in production for "".

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