Selma Blair Clarifies Comments That Cameron Diaz Is Retiring

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"CAMERON DIAZ is NOT retiring from ANYTHING", Blair tweeted Monday afternoon.

If someone could ever bring Cameron Diaz back to acting, it'll probably be for a BIG film.

"I had lunch with Cameron the other day", Blair said. The pair starred together in the 2002 romantic comedy The Sweetest Thing, and Blair referred to that movie while talking about what Diaz is up to these days.

Instead, Cameron is said to be eager to make the most of her new-found "freedom". "She's like 'I'm done.", Blair claimed.

The actress last appeared as Miss Hannigan in the rebooted version of Annie almost four years ago. She has yet to confirm her retirement. She got married in 2015 and hasn't looked back at Hollywood, Page Six reported. "And for more breaking news: I am NOW retiring from being Cameron Diaz's spokesperson". "I felt the need to make myself whole". Blair was doing an interview when she was asked about a potential sequel for The Sweetest Thing, which is how she dropped the R-bomb. Her career took off after appearing in 1994's "The Mask", with Jim Carrey.

Blair, who starred alongside Diaz in 2002's The Sweetest Thing, said that the 45-year-old had made a decision to focus on her marriage. She also voiced Princess Fiona in all four films of Dreamworks' hugely successful Shrek franchise. "She has a pretty great life".

It was that same year that Diaz met her now-husband, musician Benji Madden.

Diaz's performance in the Spike Jonze directed drama Being John Malkovich as the peculiar, chimpanzee-owning Lotte Schwartz earned her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress in 2000.

In In Her Shoes, Cameron Diaz wreaks havoc on the lives of her family and friends as the easygoing Maggie (much to the chagrin of her sister, played by Toni Collette).

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