Megan Fox looks intense filming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as it is claimed hair dye caused her locks

Heavy rains forced Megan Fox to wrap herself up in a shell of her own. The actress pulled on a long black overcoat while on the set of Teenaged Mutant Ninja Turtles in downtown Manhattan, as shooting was ultimately canceled due to the wet weather. After pulling on the long black rain jacket over her gray T-shirt and blue jeans, Fox did an interview with MTV host Josh Horowitz about how her latest blockbuster film has been going.

The Transformers starlet has been shooting the reboot of the beloved comic book franchise about crime fighting mutant turtles for a few months now. She stars as April O’Neil, the Turtle’s love interest in the story, who always wore a yellow jumpsuit, which is homaged through a yellow leather jacket in this latest, Michael Bay-produced version.

Fox dyed her hair reddish brown for the role, which has spurned unsubstantiated reports that after a couple dye jobs to get the color right, the actress’s hair began to fall out. According to a source who spoke to Star Magazine: ‘After dying [Fox’s] mane red for her role as April O’Neil in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle remake, producers hated the result and sent her back to the salon for a redo, which wreaked havoc on her once-lush locks.’

‘She went [back] to a different stylist, and they ended up using a metallic hair dye that reacted to the initial product. Next thing you know, her hair started falling out in clumps!’ However, there has yet to be any photographic evidence of this and friends of the This is 40 star have repeatedly declared it not to be true.

In the few hours of shooting that was managed before the weather drove everyone home for the day, Fox donned April O’Neil’s trademark yellow leather jacket and looked intense for a few scenes being shot on the street, probably leading up to a fight alongside the heroic Turtles. While the rain stopped shooting for the day, it didn’t seem to detract from other notable actors bringing their kids to the set in lieu of Father’s Day.








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