Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox Film Shut Down Over COVID Concerns

You can shut down production, but you can't shut down their love

The film that started it all is coming to an abrupt halt, for now… Giving a whole new meaning to Love Lockdown, Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly's upcoming film Midnight In The Switchgrass, also starring Bruce Willis and Emile Hirsch, has been forced to stop production again following a coronavirus outbreak.

As we all know by now, the twin flames met on the set of the crime thriller that had only just resumed in July after shutting down in March, due to the pandemic. As reported by TMZ, two crew members have tested positive for COVID-19, leading to the second stop in production.

Director Randall Emmett aims to resume filming in Santa Barbara in the next few weeks, and plans on putting even stricter precautions in place.

Until production does resume, we have a feeling these Megan and MGK won’t be spending any time apart from each other, as they’ve been seemingly inseparable since news of their coupledom broke.

With that said, obviously safety is our main concern here, but can filming wrap up already, we’re dying to see the movie that sparked the flame between our favorite bad boy and girl.

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