Cameron Diaz Has 'Retired From Acting' After 'Admitting She's Done'

Cameron Diaz

Cameron hasn't officially announced her retirement from the movies however, since her last film was "The Other Woman" in 2014, we take it that she is!

"I had lunch with Cameron the other day", Blair said. As has learned, the star's A-lister pal Selma Blair claims the blonde beauty is happy with her life at home and doesn't plan on returning to the film industry!

While we may never know all that it would take to get Diaz on the big screen again, but looking back at some of her most iconic roles we hope someone figure it out.

According to a report published by Us Weekly in January 2018, Diaz is apparently hoping to use that free time to expand her family by welcoming a baby with Madden in the near future. The accompanying website has Goop-esque self care vibes-meets 2006 AIM profile "live-laugh-love" positivity. We were reminiscing about the film [The Sweetest Thing].

"I mean, she doesn't need to make any more films, she has a pretty great life", Blair said of Diaz's current situation.

Sounds like the actress is so over her movie career.

Diaz and Good Charlotte rocker Benji Madden met in 2014 and married seven months later in a close-knitted ceremony in the living room of their Beverly Hills home and celebrated their union with an after-party on the tennis court.

"I just went, 'I can't really say who I am to myself, '" she said in June 2017 panel.

Diaz's last movie was Annie over four years ago.

Diaz, 45, appeared in her first film in 1994.

While she is constantly being called on by directors and given film scripts, she's simply not interested. Her blockbuster movies include: There's Something About Mary, The Holiday, The Mask, Shrek and Charlie's Angels.

The insider explained: '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".



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