Cameron Diaz has announced a retiring return - and has been left speechless with excitement
After an absence of almost a decade and the announcement of official retirement, beloved star Cameron Diaz has announced that she will return to the screens - and did so in a creative and exciting way
Wednesday, 29 June 2022, 21:36 Updated: 21:43
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On the evening that Prime Minister Naftali Bennett announces his retirement from political life, there are also those who return to the picture: After a break of almost a decade, Cameron Diaz announced today that he will return to play.
She will do, but what, in a Netflix movie - a thriller with the apt name "Back In Action" in which she will return to collaborate with a longtime friend Jamie Foxx, with whom she has already starred in "Big Sunday" and also in "Annie" from 2014, The last film in which she appeared before her temporary retirement.
The first to announce this was Fox himself, in a tweet that included a recording of a conversation between him and Diaz.
The star asked her how she felt about her return, and his partner admitted she had no words.
At this point, Fox added football star Tom Brady to the call, who himself recently announced his retirement and then came back with it, to advise her on what to say.
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Diaz, it will be recalled, broke out in the 1990s, and thanks to hits like "The Mask" and "Crazy About Mary" became one of the big stars in Hollywood.
She then also starred in "Big Sunday," which we've already mentioned, and in "Vanilla Sky," "New York Gangs," "In Her Shoes," "Vacation" and many other films, and also dubbed in the "Shrek" series.
After her appearance in "Annie", a rather unsuccessful adaptation of a musical from the 1980s that was also not distributed in the country, Diaz disappeared from the screen inexplicably.
In 2018 she officially announced her retirement, and recently explained that she had retired to regain control of her life.
She also said that the early retirement is doing her good, and that only now is she feeling "complete", but it turns out that the stage bacterium still bothered her, so here's the star again with us.
It now remains to be seen whether this is a one-time comeback or the start of a new chapter in his career.
Cameron Diaz in "Crazy About Mary" (Photo: yes)
"Back In Action" will be directed by Seth Gordon, who co-wrote the excellent comedy hit "Kill the Boss," and recently received credit for co-writing the screenplay for the hit "Lost City." Fox, who starred on
Diaz side and was probably the living spirit behind her recruitment for the project, will also serve as a producer.
Launched later this year.There is no rise date on Netflix yet, so Diaz fans will have to hold back.