Megan Fox joins Andrew Garfield, Olivia Wilde, Garrett Hedlund and Kate Mara at 2011 Maui Film Festival

June 17 2011

So we reported this week that the delectable Megan Fox was headed for Hawaii to collect her Iris award for her "heartfelt respect for the environment and a willingness to support the causes she believes in, through both her film career and her philanthropy,"and her work on the documentary Na Nai'a: Legend of Dolphins.

So here she is, looking, we must say, absolutely radiant in the Hawaii sunset surrounded by fellow actors Andrew Garfield, Olivia Wilde, Garrett Hedlund, Kate Mara, and Max Minghella who all looked like they'd caught a little Maui sun. Fox however appeared untouched by any sort of tan and the pale actress stood out as usual in a short, frilly leapord print dress by Isabel Marant which she paired with a pair of white Brian Atwood pumps.

Fox wasn't the only winner at the 2011 Maui film festival, as Olivia Wilde received the Shining Star Award at the festival on June the 16th.

Not content with just winning awards, Megan Fox and husband Brian Green want to renew their wedding vows whilst in Hawaii, where they tied the knot only last year. Megan spoke about her sensitive husband saying; "He's very sensitive and very emotional. He's a Cancer so he's very all about feelings and relationships and he cries about everything. He'll want to do it, so I'll do it for him." Yes of course Megan, it's your husband that wants to renew your vows, not you!

Ever the daredevil, the couple also plan to spend some time swimming with dolphins which sounds like a lovely way to round off the holiday, even if Brian will be terrified out of his mind, as he is afraid of sharks as Fox explained; "My husband is terrified of sharks but we're going to do it anyway," Fox told E! News. "Sharks don't usually go where there are tons of dolphins so we can do it. I didn't used to be (scared of sharks), but I am now because of him. His fear is so intense, it's smothered me and now I'm afraid."

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