Sigh* Cameron Diaz has made a decision to retire from acting


Diaz's last film was the remake of Annie in 2014 in which she played Miss Hannigan. "Guys please, I was making a joke in an interview". So if you were a fan of seeing Diaz and Daniel Day-Lewis in Gangs of NY, you can pretty much forget about ever seeing them together in a film again.

Speaking at the Vanity Fair post-Oscars bash, Selma said the pair had been reminiscing about their 2002 film Sweetest Thing when Cameron spoke out.

"I had lunch with Cameron the other day", she told the publication.

Instead, Cameron is said to be eager to make the most of her new-found "freedom".

So how about that sequel now?

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.

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When Selma Blair was asked about her The Sweetest Thing costar, her comments to Metro really caught fire.

Diaz has also been busy becoming an author since her hiatus from film, releasing The Body Book: Feed, Move, Understand and Love Your Amazing Body in 2013 and The Longevity Book: The Science of Aging, the Biology of Strength, and the Privilege of Time in 2016. She's also made a number of dramatic turns in films like Gangs of New York, Minority Report, Any Given Sunday and The Box. "I mean, she doesn't need to make any more films".

Cameron Diaz reportedly confided in Selma Blair that she has retired from showbiz. She said at the event, "And I have a husband who is just my partner in life and in everything".

In a rare interview with radio host Andy Cohen, the 45-year-old actress divulged knowing that Madden would be her husband as soon as they were introduced by her sister-in-law, Nicole Richie.

The insider explained: "She would love more than anything to be a mom".