Megan Fox & Brian Austin Green Gamble On Joint Rom-Com To Save Marriage

Megan Fox And Brian Austin Green Gamble On Joint Rom-Com To Save Marriage
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May. 2 2019, Updated 12:13 p.m. ET

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Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green have scripted the perfect remedy to save their rocky marriage — and rockier careers – they’re starring in a rom-com together, has learned!

“No matter how hard they try, they always feel too busy to form a real connection,” an insider revealed to Radar. “Now they’ll be on set together 24/7 as a family with their three boys and a nanny to look after the kids when they’re working.

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“They’ll have no excuse but to bond, both professionally and personally!”

All seems copasetic in the Fox-Green household right now, after Megan requested a dismissal in her divorce case last month – nearly four years after she’d originally filed.

As Radar readers know, Fox first filed for divorce from the Beverly Hills 90210 star in April 2015.

At the time, court documents obtained exclusively by Radar cited “irreconcilable differences,” as the reason for the end of their five-year marriage, but Radar later learned the two had been bickering and fighting for months before separating.

Still, even after splitting up, the two never seemed to drift far from each other, and were often spotted grocery shopping and sharing family days.

In August 2016, the reconciled couple welcomed their third child, baby Journey River Green, and the pair were back on the road to a happy ending. Now the only thing left to resurrect is their careers, something Megan hopes to do with the full support and help of her partner.

“They think this will solve their problems,” a source confessed.


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