Fox was to star in the third installment, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, but was not included because of her statements comparing working under director Bay to working for Hitler.
Film ads that week will try to claim their picture was "the #1 film in America! The United States is usually criticized for the scope given to the sports that are played there; while it's widely acknowledged that leagues such as the NFL, the NBA and MLB are top-notch and are watched by millions of people, the Super Bowl (namely by its moniker in fact are not representative of the whole world. NFL merchandise now states "Super Bowl Champions," while MLB limits their t-shirts to "World Series Champions," in partial deference to the MLB-co-organized World Baseball Classic.
" Anytime that isn't actually true, the ad will narrow the superlative down by genre, like "the #1 comedy in America! Though most of these are artifact titles from days where these sports weren't international.
The story is told by a cast including Kate Winslet, Ellen Page, Gerard Butler, James Franco, Julian Lennon, Diego Luna, Cheech Marin, Whoopi Goldberg, Isabella Rossellini and Daryl Hannah.
In 2012, Fox appeared briefly in Sacha Baron Cohen's comedy The Dictator and had a featured role in Judd Apatow's comedy This Is 40.
Fox appeared in seasons 2 to 3, until the show was cancelled by ABC in May 2006.