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TMNT Now at an estimated $342m worldwide

Domestically it will take an estimated $1.5m for a domestic total of  ~$187m

internationally

Paramount’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are still strutting at the overseas box office with an added $3.9M at 2,156 locations in 40 holdover territories. The international total to date is $154.9M. Australia grossed a further $1.7M at 269 sites and dropping only 16% from last week. The cume is now $12.1M. After bowing at No. 1 last frame, week 2 in Italy was worth $974K from 395 locations. The local cume is now $3.8M. The next new openings are Belgium and France on October 15.

http://deadline.com/2014/09/international-box-office-equalizer-maze-runner-lucy-boxtrolls-842566/

Megan and the family at Disney land today

Megan and the Gang were spotted outside The Coop in LA where they celebrated Noah’s second birthday.

Happy Birthday once again to Noah

Check out this great video Brian posted of Kas and Noah haha

Happy Birthday Noah!

http://instagram.com/arent_you_that_guy

More from loaded

I added them to my previous post shortly after posting but if people had already read it here it is

“I enjoy it and embrace it,” she says
about being probably the world’s most
desired ‘mother’. “I think it’s actually part of
my personality, part of my essence and
my being is that sort of pin-up image and
I enjoy it because I know I’m not a stupid
girl and I don’t have to solely rely on that.
I’m aware that being clever and a pin-up
makes me dangerous and I enjoy that.”

“I was a huge fan of the Turtles as a
kid,” she says. “When Michael got it, it
was almost guaranteed it was going to be
a big deal because he doesn’t make small,
shittymovies. So apart from being a fan,
I knew there was going to be a budget
behind it and enough people behind it that
it would be amazing because I wouldn’t
want to make it if the fans were going to
hate it.”
Despite being an unabashed fan of the
Heroes In A Half Shell, she says as a girl
she wasn’t actually allowed to play with
any of those plastic figures that were an
almost ubiquitous feature of children’s
bedroom floors in the ’80s.
“I didn’t get any of the toys because we
didn’t have a lot of money and my parents
were very strict religiously,” she says.

Megan’s Loaded UK Interview

most of this article is the author repeating stuff from previous
interviews or giving opinion. below is the most
original parts of the interview

“I don’t want my sons to grow up and
think there’s anything wrong with that
or that women should be underestimated
for something like that,” she says flatly
about her boys Noah Shannon, who turned
two in September, and seven-month-old
Bodhi Ransom.
“I want them to grow up and know
sexiness doesn’t mean you’re stupid
or vapid and they can grow up with the
understanding that I can be all things.”

“I enjoy it and embrace it,” she says
about being probably the world’s most
desired mother. “I think it’s actually part of
my personality, part of my essence and
my being is that sort of pin-up image and
I enjoy it because I know I’m not a stupid
girl and I don’t have to solely rely on that.
I’m aware that being clever and a pin-up
makes me dangerous and I enjoy that.

talking about some mistakes she has made

“I don’t regret anything because
everything I’ve been through was
absolutely necessary to get me to the point
where I am emotionally and spiritually,”
she says. “I have to learn those lessons. Maybe my life would’ve been easier at that
time but I would’ve encountered another
challenge that was maybe even worse. It’s
taught me a lot, to temper myself and to
temper… what you call outspoken, I call
courage, but it needs to be tempered. You
can’t be like that all the time and that’s
something you learn as you get older.”

“I was a huge fan of the Turtles as a
kid,” she says. “When Michael got it, it
was almost guaranteed it was going to be
a big deal because he doesn’t make small,
shittymovies. So apart from being a fan,
I knew there was going to be a budget
behind it and enough people behind it that
it would be amazing because I wouldn’t
want to make it if the fans were going to
hate it.”
Despite being an unabashed fan of the
Heroes In A Half Shell, she says as a girl
she wasn’t actually allowed to play with
any of those plastic figures that were an
almost ubiquitous feature of children’s
bedroom floors in the ’80s.
“I didn’t get any of the toys because we
didn’t have a lot of money and my parents
were very strict religiously,” she says.

“As I get older, and especially when
you have kids, you finally see, not only
how unimportant Hollywood is but
just in general, how large life is and
how interconnected we all are and the
importance of spirituality and what
humanity is really here for,” she tells
Loaded. “These are the things you think
about as opposed to box office draw or
endorsement deals so I think it’s a mistake
for anyone to make Hollywood a priority
because it isn’t a steady, sturdy, real
foundation.”

Fox has also turned to a very Californian
sense of spirituality.
“It makes it impossible to view yourself
as a victim in any circumstance,” she
says, “because you understand you chose
it or it was chosen for you by spirit guides
and there’s a reason for every encounter
and opposition. You’re meant to benefit
eventually but you have to be aware
because that helps you learn the lessons so
much quicker. Otherwise you’ll walk in a
circle and find you meet the same types of
people and make the same mistakes until
you address it and transcend it.
“I think even in very small ways – like if
you’re in traffic and everyone’s pissed off
and shouting, ‘Fuck!’ But you can’t make
me mad with that shit anymore. It’s not
important and doesn’t mean anything.”

Does she still feel self-doubt?
“At times,” she says. “But it’s not
part of my daily existence. Meditation is
something I do to stay positive. If you stay
positive with your mind then inevitably
you will attract positivity and the times
I’ve faced the most adversity in my life, it
wasn’t actually from outside forces. It was
things I brought into my own world from
my own negativity.”
With her family now the centre of her
universe, when choosing roles Fox is
just as concerned with how her sons will
handle her filming schedule as what the
part could do for her career.
“I do love being a mum so much I’m
not going to compromise myself and
do something I’m not sure about or not
passionate about because it’s not worth it
to me,” she stresses. “I don’t think there’s
anything contradictory about my being
a parent. I don’t you think you can’t do
nudity anymore or can’t do sex scenes or
can’t be in violent films. But I can’t move
my kids to Bulgaria or Peru.”
No doubt with one eye on the way
Angelina Jolie has transformed herself from a tearaway sex icon to a global
stateswoman, Fox says she’d love to
pursue UN work to put her fame to some
tangible use.
“I think that is definitely a path that is
probably necessary for me at some point
because now we’re dealing with things
that really do matter,” she adds.
“We’re somehow attempting to affect
global change and I think that’s ultimately
what all of us should be doing, adding to
positive change in society and humanity.
“I don’t know how qualified I will ever
become to do something exactly like that.
But philanthropy – that’s somewhere I’d
hope to be headed.”
Fox sounds in a much better place than
she was a few years back – and it doesn’t
seem likely she cares about critics who
snarl that she’s no astrophysicist or
world-changing method-actor.
So, what’s it like to have Megan Fox for
a mum and a wife?
“Sometimes I’m like a hippy granola
parent in that I’m not giving them
television, or computers or cell phones
because I think we live in an ADHD culture
that’s spurred on by the constant use of
electronics,” she says.
But she adds, “In terms of being strict,
not at all. Like I’m going to be really liberal
and lenient.
“If they want to have girlfriends, they
should bring them right on over because
kids are going to do what kids do and I
would rather that they do it where they’re
safe at my house.”
Fox’s laidback approach to parenting –
so different to the strict one she knew
as a child – might sound like it’s all fun
and games.
But spare a thought for her husband.
He has to put up with her leaving crumbs
around the house and making a mess.
“Brian’s a little more uptight than I am
with regards to cleanliness and so we butt
heads over things like I let the babies eat
and throw food and drop stuff and splash
in the bath because I feel I can clear it up
and just let them be kids while they’re kids
and he’s pulling his hair out.
“I won’t let him correct it and it drives
him crazy. He walks behind me, dusting
after me wherever we go. We’re opposites
that way.”

TMNT Box Office update

It took about $700k Mon -Thurs domestically. The Domestic total is now $185.7m

International numbers haven’t been updated

http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?page=main&id=tmnt2013.htm

Happy Birthday to Noah the “kamikaze free spirit”

Happy Birthday to Noah the “kamikaze free spirit”