One of the most sought-after actresses of the late 1990s and 2000s, Cameron Diaz has starred in a number of feature films, from "There's Something About Mary" to "Charlie's Angels," "My Sister's Keeper" to "Shrek" In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Diaz says she has since withdrawn from acting.
With Christine Applegate and Selma Blair sitting together to remember the work on the film, the three of them talking about reunification when Diaz said, "Maybe I should, you know, I mean, I'm on So I literally do not do anything. "After Applegate said that she had retired halfway from acting to raise her children, Diaz replied," I'm also half pensioner, and I'm actually a retiree, so I'd love you
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Following the thrill of having a "sweetest thing" sequel, Original Writer Nancy Pimental told Variety "No discussion of a sequel, but I'm dancing with ideas in my mind about doing it all the time. We seem to have a consistent and loyal fan base for which I am grateful. "
Director Roger Kumble, who also worked with Blair on" Cruel Intentions, "presented Pimental's plans for a continuation of the Rome Com 2002 novel, adding," Nothing would make me happier than all those to work incredibly talented people. "