Megan Fox has been largely out of the limelight since the birth of her son Noah, but she bounced has bounced back this week when footage of her shooting her new movie caught the attention of the Internet.
Fox was spotted jumping on a trampoline in character as reporter April O'Neil in a new "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" movie.
Will Arnett, who plays cameraman Vernon Fenwick, was also on set in Midtown Manhattan.
The live action-CGI blend movie is produced by Michael Bay, with whom Fox had a public falling-out while shooting the "Transformers" franchise, but the two seem to have put aside their differences.
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