Sigh* Cameron Diaz has chose to retire from acting

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'I would have liked to do a sequel but Cameron's retired from acting, she's like "I'm done".

"I had lunch with Cameron the other day, we were reminiscing about the film", Blair said of her The Sweetest Thing costar during the Vanity Fair Oscars Party. The star has been spotted looking curvier than usual while out with hubby Benji Madden, and she hasn't been pictured drinking!

The now 45-year-old Diaz married Good Charlotte guitarist Benji Madden in 2015, and based on what Blair says above, is seemingly happy focusing on her home life. She's been busy! But she has reportedly turned down script after script, to focus on her life at home.

While Diaz hasn't confirmed or denied these reports herself, there's surely going to be millions of fans absolutely devastated by the news of her departure from the acting world. "I don't know what it would take to bring her back".

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If you've been waiting for a new movie from Cameron Diaz, you might not want to hold your breath. Mary marked the beginning of her transition from promising ingenue to burgeoning movie star. She didn't get the best of reviews for that film, described by critic Robert Ebert as the only "weak link" in the movie's big-name cast.

According to her pal Selma Blair, the actress, 45, has said she is "done" with the film industry and has no plans to return the big screen.

As the take-no-prisoners owner of a football team, Diaz flexed her dramatic chops alongside Al Pacino and Dennis Quaid in the Oliver Stone directed film.

As pickpocket Jenny Everdeane, Diaz played the object of Leonardo DiCaprio's affection in Gangs of NY, the period drama about the crime ridden Five Points district of 19th century Manhattan. "Diaz is not slinky enough or desperate enough, and she's too wounded early on, which means we can't be surprised when Hannigan reveals hidden, decent qualities".

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