I love me some Josh Brolin, even vintage Brolin before he became this legit dramatic actor as a full grown man, gaining Oscar note and Diane Lane as his arm candy. I have to say that the only man I find more fascinating in Hollywood right now is Mickey Rourke, so I suppose it's no coincidence that Mickey was the first guy to start riding the train into bizarro Megan Fox is a Fantastic Actress land.
For his interview with Playboy magazine, not only does Josh go into detail about how despite the tabloid rumours that he and Lane have had marital problems he's still never strayed in the carnal way but he picks up where Rourke left off in the Megan Fox praise department. He describes how he is anticipating Fox getting the chance to shine with a difficult role in the future. "What Megan has done is confuse everybody thoroughly. To me, she's doing something more interesting than what a lot of other young people in movies are doing, says the actor.
But he doesn't stop there. No, Brolin is most likely the only man with balls big enough (aside from Rourke) to compare Megan to Hollywood royalty. He continues, "Katharine Hepburn, one of the most appreciated actresses today, was hated back in her heyday. She was box office poison…They didn't understand her. Yet now we all look back and go, 'OK, she was incredible.'"
People might look back on Megan Fox in the future, but it will be once she's become defunct, in an exploratory manner that we looked over Ed Wood's work. Will people defend her talents as being misunderstood? Sure. Just as there will still be those who see her as being so tragically bad that she was worth watching like you would a car wreck.