Megan Fox has vowed to tone down her outspoken views in the future after admitting her past comments have "got me into trouble".
The Transformers actress famously likened the film's director Michael Bay to Adolf Hitler in 2009 after working with him on the first two blockbuster movies, and was subsequently replaced by Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in the series' third installment last year (11).
Fox admits she regrets some of her more controversial comments and is now learning not to be so vocal during interviews.
She tells Britain's The Sun, "I've paid the price for being very open about my feelings... I'm a passionate individual and sometimes when I have strong feelings about a subject I feel the need to express myself.
"But I've learned that it's better to hold back a bit, that the world doesn't necessary need or want to know what I think about some matters. I still believe in being very honest and speaking my mind. I think that's a good quality even if sometimes it has gotten me into trouble."