Actress Cameron Diaz hasn't been seen in a movie since 2014, so is she completely over Hollywood?
Diaz was a model with no acting experience when she landed her first big part opposite Jim Carrey in the 1994 superhero comedy The Mask.
Hellboy actress Selma Blair, who is good friends with Diaz, said the star of There's Something About Mary is "done" with the movie business.
Speaking at the Vanity Fair post-Oscars bash, Selma said the pair had been reminiscing about their 2002 film Sweetest Thing when Cameron spoke out.
She might only be 45 but Cameron Diaz has reportedly hung up her acting shoes because she is "done" with the industry. I'll maintain that that passage was made too early and her Hannigan was less wrathful hasbeen and more washed up trust fund kid (ultimately bad casting.) Plus, having Diaz follow legendary character actor Carol Burnett felt incredibly unfair. She's happy." Said insider also says, "Cameron is constantly inundated with film scripts trying to tempt her out of retirement but she's just not interested. "She's happy, in love and wants to make the most of her freedom and free time", a source told Daily Star.
After three years of marriage, the actress is ready to take the next step and expand her family even greater.
Cameron Diaz is over Hollywood.
"I can't really say who I am to myself".
"I think it's a matter of I just hadn't met my husband (Good Charlotte's guitarist and singer Benji Madden), you know?" She received Golden Globe nominations for her performance in There's Something About Mary and received Supporting Actress nominations for her dramatic turns in Vanilla Sky and Gangs of NY, and in the comically weird Being John Malkovich.
Clearly, Diaz still has fans, but according to a recent Metro interview with her The Sweetest Thing co-star Selma Blair, Diaz has officially retired from acting, and seemingly has no plans to return.
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