If you've been waiting for a new movie from Cameron Diaz, you might not want to hold your breath.
Diaz, 45, appeared in her first film in 1994.
The 45-year-old star has retired from acting, according to pal Selma Blair. Over lunch with her bud Diaz, Blair said she floated the idea of filming a sequel to "Sweetest Thing", the 2002 rom-com in which they co-starred.
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In June of 2017, Diaz said on a panel at the Goop Wellness Summit that the nonstop traveling from film set to film set had worn her out, and that she "can't really say who I am to myself". She was a producer on the TV adaption of her movie "Bad Teacher" in 2014, too.
She's been a part of some of the biggest Hollywood blockbusters, with her acting being a huge contributing factor to big films like There's Something About Mary, Shrek, The Mask, The Holiday and My Best Friend's Wedding. The star has been spotted looking curvier than usual while out with hubby Benji Madden, and she hasn't been pictured drinking!
"I mean, she doesn't need to make any more films, she has a pretty great life", Blair said of Diaz's current situation. "She's like 'I'm done".
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Cameron has shied away from the spotlight after marrying rocker Benji back in 2015 with reports past year even suggesting they were planning to adopt a baby.
'Cameron hasn't wanted to work, ' a source told the magazine, 'She is enjoying being at home and being a housewife, she would love more than anything to be a mom'.
The source continued: "At this point they would be very happy with the miracle of one child". They would love to have the chance to be parents'.
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