BH90210 star Brian Austin Green and his wife of nearly ten years, Megan Fox, have always kept their relationship very private, and they rarely appear in public together. But, the couple hit the red carpet together for the first time in five years at PUBG Mobile’s #FIGHT4THEAMAZON event that benefitted Global Green because they were so passionate about the cause.
While on the red carpet, Fox told Us Weekly that we are in a state of emergency in terms of what is going on with the Amazon because the rate of deforestation is unbelievable. And, there is also a climate crisis.
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“We don’t have time to waste,” said the 33-year-old Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles star. “So people have to be aware, people have to get involved, people have to act now. If we lose even a fraction of what we’ve already lost more in the rainforest, we’re not going to be able to come back from the climate crisis, and we’re going to have to look to other planets to inhabit like Mars, but we’re a long way away from that.”
Green chimed in that he doesn’t want to live on Mars.
In addition to their passion for the Amazon and the climate crisis, the couple – who share three sons: Noah, 7, Bodhi, 5, and Journey, 3 – also talked about BH90210 and its cancellation after just one season.
Fox said that she liked the Beverly Hills 90210 reboot because it was “super funny and strange and unusual,” and she wanted to see more of the cast. Fox explained that with such a large cast and everyone moving to Canada for the shoot, there were a lot of moving parts. However, they will have to wait and see if the show ends up on another network.
The 46-year-old Green told fans “never say never,” and Megan Fox said there’s always a chance the show will be back.
Brian Austin Green’s BH90210 co-star Christine Elise was also at the event, and she admitted she was surprised Fox cancelled the show. And, she was sure another network or streaming service would pick it up. Elise said she liked the show a lot and was proud to be involved because it was smart and funny.
“I can’t believe that Fox didn’t think it had a home there and that nobody else thought it had a home there. That’s above my pay grade, I don’t know what makes these decisions happen!” said Elise.