"Midnight in the Switchgrass," starring Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox, premiered Friday.
In a tweet on Friday, Kelly seemed to criticize the movie, referring to it with a trash-can emoji.
Neither Kelly nor Fox attended the premiere in Los Angeles, People reported.
Machine Gun Kelly seemed to liken "Midnight in the Switchgrass" - the movie he stars in with Megan Fox - to a trash-can emoji.
Kelly and Fox met on the set of the movie in March 2020 and have since started dating. But despite meeting his now-girlfriend on the set of the film, in a tweet on Friday, the same day of the movie's release, Kelly, whose real name is Colson Baker, seemed to criticize the crime-thriller.
"if i don't talk or tweet about a movie i'm barely in it's because it's 🚮," Kelly's tweet read.
-blonde don (@machinegunkelly) July 23, 2021
According to Lionsgate, the movie follows an FBI agent who encounters a serial killer while investigating a sex-trafficking ring. Kelly had a small role in the film using his real name, while Fox played FBI agent Rebecca Lombardo.
People reported that neither Kelly nor Fox attended the movie premiere for "Midnight in the Switchgrass," which was in Los Angeles on Monday. Representatives for Fox told People ahead of the premiere: "Due to the recent California mask mandate and rise of Covid cases, Megan Fox will no longer be attending the premiere tonight."
Bruce Willis, who stars along Fox in the film, also didn't attend, according to People.
Sistine Stallone, the daughter of Sylvester Stallone, starred in the film and brought her two sisters to the premiere.
Kelly and Fox made their relationship official in June 2020. Speculations about the relationship first sparked after Fox appeared in Kelly's music video, "Bloody Valentine."
Fox was married to Brian Austin Green for 10 years, but they've been separated since 2019.
In a July 2020 interview with LaLa Kent, whose fiancé is the director of "Midnight in the Switchgrass," the couple said they had an instant connection when they met.
"I knew. I could feel that some wild s--- was going to happen to me from that meeting, but I wasn't yet sure what," Fox said in the interview. "I just felt it like, deep in my solar plexus that something was going to come from that."
Recently, the couple traveled with 20 other people to Costa Rica for a three-night Indigenous-led ceremony. Fox said on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" with guest host Arsenio Hall that the process involved group vomiting, but it was "a good bonding experience."
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