Cameron Diaz doesn’t hide the mixed emotions she’s feeling as she returns to the long-awaited performance.
The star is a guest on Tonight’s program on Friday, where host Jimmy Fallon asked about her role in director Seth Gordon’s upcoming action comedy Back to action, in which she will star opposite Jamie Foxx. Diaz has decided to move away from Hollywood in recent years and has not appeared in a film since playing Miss Hannigan in the 2014 musical adaptation. Annie.
When Fallon asked if she was nervous or excited about getting started on the Netflix series, Diaz replied, “I’m both. It’s a bit of muscle memory, you know what I mean? I’ve been doing it for so long, it’s like a process – I just come back to it. But it feels a little bit different.”
She continued, “And I also did two movies with Jamie Foxx, which was amazing. The last movie I made was Annie with Jamie, and so the first movie back was this one with Jamie. “She talks about her Back to action co-star, who also appeared with her in 1999 Any Sunday: “He’s so amazing, he’s so easy, he’s so professional, he’s so talented. And just to be working with him, it will be fun. ”
Diaz, known for films that include Mask, There’s something about Mary and My best friend’s wedding, indicating that Foxx could be an energetic co-star. “I worry about that because I have to listen to Jamie, because he is going. He’s like a racehorse,” she admitted. “I just wanted to be able to support him along the way.”
In an interview with Gwyneth Paltrow posted online to Goop in 2020, Diaz, who shares 2-year-old daughter Raddix with husband Benji Madden, explained that she feels she has no control over time as she works in movies more often. “You are there 12 hours a day,” she said of the set. “For months on end, you don’t have time for anything else. I realized that I gave parts of my life to everyone else, and they took it.”