*Takes out sexy reading glasses, places them midway down nose* Megan Fox is hosting a show about archaeology.
When Fox announced her intentions in June of 2016 to move away from acting to focus more on “alternative history, antiquities, [and] archaeology,” she was incredibly serious. On Tuesday, Entertainment Weekly interviewed the star about her new series Legends of the Lost with Megan Fox, which debuts on the Travel Channel on December 4. In the first episode, Fox will teach us about female Viking warriors. Later, she will visit Stonehenge.
OK, look, Megan knows this isn’t what the public is expecting of her, but she says “this is something I’m genuinely passionate about…depending on which topic and which thing we’re discussing, I can be quite knowledgeable on archaeology and antiquities.”
There’s also some stuff in the interview about Fox’s experience with travel:
“I’ve traveled before, just shooting—we shot the second Transformers at the Great Pyramids in Giza, and we also were at the Temple Karnak in Luxor—so I’ve traveled and seen some of this stuff, which planted seeds along the way of things that felt like places I need to go back to or sparked interest.”
More like Legends of the Most, am I right?