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Fox insists she has no set goals as an actress but seems serious about her desire to encourage women to embrace and enjoy their sexuality.
“I just really want it at some point to be OK for women and young girls to be sexy because I think that’s a power, a gift that we were given by God or the universe or whatever,” she says.
But, for the past five years, she has been in a monogamous relationship with actor Brian Austin Green, who is 13 years her senior.
When discussing Green, Fox suddenly, unexpectedly, begins to cry; then she dabs her eyes with a tissue, smiles and apologises. You don’t come across a lot of genuine people in this industry and I feel blessed to have someone who will stick around through my bull----” Born in Tennessee and brought up in Port St Lucie, Florida, Fox was a successful model before landing a regular stint in the television series Hope and Faith in 2006.
She has also appeared in How to Lose Friends and Alienate People, and Jonah Hex, a supernatural western based on a comic book, which is still awaiting release.“In Europe, women are celebrated for their sexuality and appreciated for it. Go figure.” While another actress might bemoan the fact that being named the sexiest woman alive would hinder her goal of becoming “A Serious Actress”, Fox says: “I didn’t decide I’m going to be an actress because I want to be respected for how I play chess.I don’t think men approach me for intellectual conversation.“I think I’m a different kind of role model for young girls.” She thinks for a minute and adds with a smile: “But maybe not the kind America is comfortable with.” The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?
“For some reason it makes people very uncomfortable, possibly because our society is still very tied to archaic biblical principles that we try to force on each other and force on our children.