by Peter Gicas | Wed., Mar. 16, 2011 2:02 PM
There might still be hope for Megan Fox, after all.
Just days after we kinda, sorta rang the death knell with regards to her movie career—seeing how
Jennifer's Body Jonah Hex her latest film Passion Play is bypassing theaters and heading straight to oblivion DVD on May 31—the actress may have just found a savior in Judd Apatow.
It seems Universal and the man who gave us The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Knocked Up are in talks with Fox to join Apatow's spinoff film to the latter flick, which will feature Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann reprising their roles from the 2007 hit comedy, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
However, when E! News reached out for confirmation, the studio simply said it does not comment when a deal is "in negotiations."
Fair enough. But that's certainly not going to stop us from commenting on it.
Better yet, let's leave that up to all of you. So does Fox have what it takes to, er, transform into a big comedic star?