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Megan Fox’s Cleavage Makes An Appearance In The Trailer For ‘This Is 40’

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It’s been a few months since Megan Fox has flashed some cleavage on the big screen. Her latest major theatrical release was The Dictator, which, while entertaining in its own right, wasn’t much of a box office success. Although Friends with Kids enjoyed a limited theatrical run, her 2010 effort Jonah Hex pretty much crashed and burned on arrival. Fortunately for Megan Fox fanatics, director Judd Apatow is giving you another chance to gawk at the actress on the big screen later this year.

According to Yahoo! Movies, This is 40 is being billed as a sort-of sequel to the director’s raunchy 2007 romantic comedy Knocked Up. The film focuses on the ongoing adventures of Peter (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann) following the events which transpired in Apatow’s aforementioned box office hit. The film also stars Jason Segel, Melissa McCarthy, Albert Brooks, and John Lithgow.

Although Megan Fox’s cleavage isn’t on-display for very long in the latest trailer, though I’m sure it’s enough to give her legion of fans something to drool over until the film arrives in theaters this Christmas.

“Are those things real?” asks an Leslie Mann as she eyeballs a shirtless Megan Fox.

“Yeah! I’m just young!” Fox fires back.

Fox, meanwhile, is famously expecting a daughter with husband and former 90210 heartthrob Brian Austin Green. Showbiz Spy reports that the couple are overjoyed to be welcoming a little girl into their lives.

“She’s been helping to raise Brian’s 10-year-old son Kassius for years, and now she’ll have the experience of being mommy to a little girl,” a source told the website. “Obviously, Megan and Brian would be happy with a healthy baby of either gender, but they’re beyond thrilled that Kassius is going to have a little sister.”

Megan Fox’s baby is rumored to arrive at the tail end of September. This is 40, meanwhile, opens on December 21. Because nothing screams holiday spirit like watching an R-rated comedy with the family.

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