Megan Fox, who is featured on the cover and in the pages of the new issue of Esquire magazine, makes a bold comment on what she thinks the essential plot point of the hugely successful Disney film franchise High School Musical is all about. In her estimation, the film revolves around more than just a few tweens running around their high school merrily singing with one another … she sees a more insidious tale bubbling underneath the surface. Here is Megan‘s take on what High School Musical is “really about” as told in her coverstory interview with Esquire mag:
In the June issue of Esquire, on newsstands May 10, Megan Fox explains the true meaning of ‘High School Musical.’ “Let me tell you what it’s really about. ‘High School Musical’ is about this group of boys who are all being molested by the basketball coach, who is Zac Efron’s dad. It’s about them struggling to cope with this molestation. And they have these little girlfriends, who are their beards. Oh, and somehow there’s music involved,” the ‘Transformers’ beauty says. Fox adds, “You have to get stoned and watch it.” We wonder if she’s speaking from experience.
Hahahaha! Well, that is quite an opinion. It’s clear that Megan is trying to make herself seem edgy by taking this shot at a very successful tween movie franchise. I suppose she feels cool, like an older kid who picks on a younger kid in the schoolyard. I dunno if this comment makes her cool but it does enlighten a bit about how the woman thinks. Perhaps it’s best that she keeps smiling for the cameras rather than offering other movie commentary. Then again, is there anyone out there who doesn’t see that she may be on to something? HMMM.