Megan Fox: Son Bodhi Is "An Enormous Child," "I've Got a Beast on My Hands"

Celebrity Moms Aug. 5, 2014 AT 3:15PM
Megan Fox Megan Fox spoke about her sons. Credit: Joe Scarnici/FilmMagic

Megan Fox may be starring with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles this week, but she has spent the last few months with a "beast" of a different variety. 

"Bodhi is finally starting to talk a little bit," the actress, 28, tells Us Weekly exclusively of her infant son. "He is nearing 6 months. We did just take him to the doctor, and he's an enormous child." 

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"He's in the 95 percentile for height and weight," Fox continues. "So I've got a beast on my hands." 

Fox and husband Brian Austin Green welcomed Bodhi, their second son, on Feb. 12. The TMNT star previously gave birth to son Noah in September 2012, after the attractive couple was married in June 2010.

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This week, Fox may cement her title with Bodhi and Noah as a "cool mom" when she hits the big screen as April O'Neil in the live-action reboot of the beloved 1980s and 1990s toy, comic, and cartoon franchise. The action flick was shooting scenes when the brunette star was pregnant with her son.

"We did initially start out doing some kickboxing training," Fox told reporters at a junket for TMNT in West Hollywood on Friday, Aug. 1. "They would teach me on site because we had an incredible stunt team… They were the best of the best. I was pregnant also so I couldn't do all of the stunts well while I was filming. What I couldn't do we had an amazing stunt girl to do the serious stuff for me. But I did what I could—and that was a lot."

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Though TMNT doesn't hit theaters until Aug. 8, some of the early reviews for the Jonathan Liebesman-directed film are less than favorable. Fox, however, does not seem bothered by any negative reviews.

"Let me tell you something about those people—how much money did Transformers 4 make?" Fox retorted of the fourth film in the franchise that made her a star, which recently surpassed the $1 billion mark at the global box office. "Exactly. Those people complain, they all go to the theater. They're going to love it, and if they don't love it, they can f--k off."

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