LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Her career may have hit a rocky patch, but Megan Fox's personal life seems happier than ever.
The "Transformers" actress married her long-time boyfriend, former "Beverly Hills, 90210" star Brian Austin Green, in Hawaii late last week, TMZ.com reported on Monday.
The pair tied the knot during a small ceremony at the Four Seasons Resort on the state's Big Island. Staff at the hotel were not able to confirm the report, and Fox's publicist did not immediately return an email seeking comment.
Fox, 24, and Green, 36, reportedly got engaged for a second time at the same hotel earlier this month. They met in 2004, first got engaged in 2006, but called it off in early 2009.
It was the first marriage for both, although Green has an 8-year-old son with actress Vanessa Marcil.
Fox is currently in theaters with the comic-book adaptation "Jonah Hex," which is shaping up to be one of the biggest bombs of the year. Last month, she was suddenly dropped from the cast of "Transformers 3" just as production was about to begin. She last year likened franchise director Michael Bay to Hitler and Napoleon, and said he was "a nightmare to work for."
Her high-profile headlining role in the 2009 horror comedy "Jennifer's Body" also fizzled.
Green, meanwhile, has worked steadily in a series of low-profile film and TV projects since the popular teen soap "Beverly Hills, 90210" ended its decade long run in 2000.
Reporting by Dean Goodman