The reboot of the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" franchise hits today, and actress Megan Fox has been out doing the promotional rounds for the film. Recently she spoke with Screen Rant and surprisingly revealed that Paramount isn't pushing forward with a 'Turtles' sequel just yet. She's not even sure if she's signed up for it:
"How many am I signed up for is a good question, probably 100 because I would sign any contract to be a part of the movie but I don't know. Right now there is no real plan for a second one, I think we'll know very soon though and I'll definitely do it if they will have me. This turned out really well, way better than I could have ever hoped."
She was also asked about the status of the film adaptation of the comic "Fathom" which she herself has been linked to for several years. That project deals with a race of aquatic humanoids who possess the ability to control water. Right now though, Fox says the project is up in the air:
"Who knows, that's a property I got my hands on, thank God, because I was a fan of the comic books and I love Michael Turner bless him, he's passed on, but I don't know. I was joking the other day because I forget how old she is but she's mid-20s and I'm passing that soon so we gotta jump on that horse quickly if we're going to do it. Logistically it's just difficult because a lot of that takes place under water so unless James Cameron is going to direct it I don't know how we're going to make it happen."