Emily Ratajkowski Slams The Sexist Treatment Of Megan Fox’s Character In “This Is 40” Milla Deyn Published in Jun 2021 / Updated in Sep 2021 Most movies and TV shows do not age well. And while we are always talking about decades-old films, there are some recent ones, raising eyebrows. Emily Ratajkowski raised the question of Megan Fox’s role in a comedy This is 40, with Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann. In case you missed This is 40 emily ratajkowski slams the sexist treatment of megan fox’s character in “this is 40” Judd Apatow’s movie from 2012 tells a story of a couple turning 40 and discovering they are pregnant. They already have children, so they are going through enough as it is. Clearly, the movie is relatable for many, and it is now a cult classic. Here is a clip, for those of you who missed it. Megan plays Desi, a minor character who represents all that Leslie’s character is missing from her youth. So, what is Emily’s issues with the movie? Emily Ratajkowski Talks To Amy Schumer emily ratajkowski slams the sexist treatment of megan fox’s character in “this is 40” During a conversation at the Tribeca Festival on Saturday, the model and mom of one told her friend, Amy Schumer, that the movie is “not aging well.” Now, Page Six reports that Emily thought it was a “hilarious and spot-on” film, but she had an issue with Megan Fox’s character. emily ratajkowski slams the sexist treatment of megan fox’s character in “this is 40” In the film, Megan played Desi, an employee accused of stealing and working as an escort. Desi is objectified several times, including that awkward moment when Leslie’s character touches her breasts for ages. Emily allegedly stated: “I recommend everybody who has a husband or wife and kids to watch [the movie, but] Megan Fox is treated in it so badly.” emily ratajkowski slams the sexist treatment of megan fox’s character in “this is 40” Amy then followed with a question: “Oooh, that movie is not aging well?” The model, actress and designer replied: “That movie is not aging well.” What are your thoughts? Isn’t the whole movie a bit over the top, with their reactions to turning 40? Was Megan’s character mistreated? Or is this much ado about nothing?