Megan Fox stopped by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" to talk about her new movie "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and shared photos of her new baby son, Bodhi.
Fox, 27, gave birth to the boy, her second child with husband and actor Brian Austin Green, 40, in February 2014. The two welcomed their first child, Noah, in October 2012. Green and Fox wed in 2010.
On the "Ellen" show, which aired on May 5, Fox talked about making the action movie while she was pregnant, telling the audience she was almost always "on the verge of vomiting." The full interview can be viewed below.
"I got pregnant with Bodhi two weeks into filming 'Ninja Turtles,' which is an action movie and requires a lot of running and jumping and stunts," Fox said. "So I spent the entire ... anyone who's been pregnant knows your first trimester can be pretty rough and you're nauseous all day long."
"I spent the whole shoot basically, the producers would come see me in the morning in the makeup trailer and I would be clinging to a box of saltines and we kept pickles in the refrigerator for me and I was just constantly on the verge of vomiting ... and running and screaming ... and saying things like, 'Show me what you got, Shredder,'" Fox continued. "All the fun things you wanna do while you're pregnant."
DeGeneres also brought up that the last time Fox appeared on her show, she had just given birth to her first son Noah and likened the show to being somewhat of an aphrodisiac.
"The first one wasn't planned either and ... we can't let Brian near me anymore because every time ...," Fox said.
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" stars the likes of Johnny Knowxville, William Fichtner, Tony Shalhoub and Will Arnett and is scheduled to hit theaters on Aug. 8.
Watch Megan Fox's interview with Ellen DeGeneres below.