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Megan Fox (born May 16, 1986) is an American actress and model. Megan Fox began her acting career in 2001, with several minor television and film roles, and played a regular role on the Hope & Faith television show. In 2004, Megan Fox made her film debut with a role in Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. In 2007, Megan Fox co-starred as Mikaela Banes, the love interest of Shia LaBeouf’s character, in the blockbuster film, Transformers, which became Megan Fox breakout role. Megan Fox reprised her role in the 2009 sequel, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Later in 2009, Megan Fox starred as the eponymous lead in the film Jennifer’s Body. Megan Fox is also considered one of the modern female sex symbols and has appeared in magazines such as Maxim, Rolling Stone and FHM.
Megan Fox has appeared on the covers of many magazines. In 2007, Megan Fox appeared in Maxim; in 2008, the list had grown to include Cosmo Girl,Paw Print, Jack (ITALY), FHM (UK), and GQ. In 2009, Megan Fox the list includes, USA Weekend, Esquire, Empire, Maxim, GQ (UK), Entertainment Weekly and ELLE. Megan Fox was ranked No.17 on interview magazines Hollywood faces to watch “Future Stars of Tomorrow”, Megan Fox ranked No.16 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2008 list, named No.68 in FHM magazine’s “100 Sexiest Women in the World 2006” supplement, ranked No.18 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2007 list, Megan Fox was ranked No.1 on Moviefone’s ‘The 25 Hottest Actors Under 25’ in 2008, and Megan Fox was ranked No.2 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2009 list in 2009. FHM readers voted Megan Fox the “Sexiest Woman in the World” in 2008. In 2011, Men’s Health named Megan Fox one of the “100 Hottest Women of All-Time”, ranking her at No. 14. People named Megan Fox one of 2012 Most Beautiful at Every Age. In 2012, Megan Fox revealed that making “most beautiful woman” lists is just a part of the job in Hollywood.
In late July 2009, Megan Fox’s alleged overexposure in parts of the media caused several men’s websites to boycott her. AOL’s man-blog Asylum dubbed August 4, 2009 “A Day Without Megan Fox” with the promise that the site would not mention or feature Megan Fox on this day; they asked other men’s sites to copy this stance, and several (such as AskMen.com, Just a Guy Thing, and Banned in Hollywood) complied. “Listen, we love Megan Fox,” Eric Rogell of TheBachelorGuy.com told New York Daily News. “Megan Fox’s responsible for driving more eyeballs to our sites — just by getting photographed walking down the street in a white T-shirt — than any other celeb alive. [But] it’s time to give another young actress a shot at the attention.” Other sites, however, refused to boycott Megan Fox, with Asylum’s sister site Popeater declaring “we’re posting things about Megan Fox that aren’t even news, just because we know you want it, whether you’ll admit it or not” and Coedmagazine calling the boycott a “publicity stunt” and “hypocritical”, saying that they were the home of “The Megan Fox Boycott Boycott”. The British newspaper The Sun declared August 4 to be “Megan Fox Day”, saying that “Megan Fox deserves a day dedicated to her”. In response to the boycott, Megan Fox told magazine Nylon, in a September 2009 interview, that “the media blitz” for Transformers resulted in an over-extension of her welcome in the media. “I was part of a movie that [the studio] wanted to make sure would make $700 million, so they oversaturated the media with their stars,” she said.
The Super Bowl has frequently been the most watched American television broadcast yearly. Super Bowl XLV, played in 2011, became the most-watched American television program in history with an average audience of 111 million viewers (beating only Super Bowl XLIV, The Super Bowl is also among the most watched sporting events in the world.
High-profile television commercials are broadcast during the game, often coming from major brands (such as Budweiser, who annually airs spots during the Super Bowl; with notable campaigns such as the Bud Bowl and the Clydesdales), and smaller or lesser-known brands seeking the exposure that can be obtained through Super Bowl advertising. However, this amount of prominence has also carried a high price: at Super Bowl XLVII in 2013, the average cost of a 30-second advertisement was around $4 million.
Super Bowl advertisements have also become a cultural phenomenon of their own; many viewers only watch the game to see the commercials, while national surveys (such as the USA Today Super Bowl Ad Meter) judge which advertisement carried the best viewer response. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Bowl_advertising