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Cameron Diaz unretires for Netflix film with Jamie Foxx



After an eight-year break, Cameron Diaz has unretired from the movie business and can reunite with Jamie Foxx for the Netflix motion comedy Back in Action.

Foxx made the reveal on Twitter by sharing audio from a staged telephone name with Diaz during which they talk about her unretirement. When Diaz says she’s anxious about asserting her return, Foxx offers a hand-off to Tom Brady, who hops on the road to supply some recommendation.

“I used to be speaking to Jamie and he mentioned you want just a few tips about the way to unretire,” Brady quips. “I’m comparatively profitable at unretiring.” For those that don’t take note of American soccer, the long run Hall of Fame quarterback retired from the NFL earlier this yr for a grand whole of 40 days earlier than asserting he was rejoining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Later on, Diaz confirmed the information on her Instagram Story, writing, “Jamie Foxx, solely you may get me again in motion!!! I can’t frickin wait it’s gonna be a blast!”

Back in Action shall be directed by Seth Gordon (Horrible Bosses) from a script he co-wrote with Brendan O’Brien (Neighbors). At this time, plot particulars are below wraps, however manufacturing is anticipated to start later this yr.

One of the most important Hollywood actresses within the late Nineties and early aughts, Diaz final starred within the critically panned 2014 movie Annie alongside Foxx. The film was named Worst Remake, Rip-Off, or Sequel on the 2015 Razzies, the place Diaz herself “received” Worst Actress for her roles in The Other Woman and Sex Tape.

In 2018, Diaz mentioned she was “actually retired” from performing throughout an Entertainment Weekly roundtable with Christina Applegate and Selma Blair.



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