Cameron Diaz reveals why she ‘couldn’t imagine’ returning to acting
Appearing on United States radio program “Quarantined with Bruce” on Thursday to promote her brand-new white wine brand name, the 48-year-old star exposed that ending up being a mom had actually moved her concerns.
“Will I ever make a movie again? I’m not looking to, but will I? I don’t know. I have no idea. Maybe. Never say never,” Diaz stated.
“But I couldn’t imagine being a mom now where I’m at as a mother, with my child at her first year, to have to be on a movie set that takes 14 hours, 16 hours of my day away from my child.”
“I just feel so blessed that I get to be here now with my child and, you know, get to be the mother that I get to be,” she stated. “It’s such a blessing, it’s completely privileged, and I’m just really, really grateful.”
With retirement long in her rear-view, Diaz is presently concentrated on motherhood and Avaline — the natural white wine brand name she began with style business owner Katherine Power in 2015.
“Avaline is the only day-to-day work that I’m doing other than being a wife and a mother which has been the most… it really has been the most fulfilling part of my life so far.”
In August in 2015 Diaz — who is best understood for her functions in “The Mask” (1994), “There’s Something About Mary” (1998) and “Vanilla Sky” (2001) — exposed she discovered “peace” in her “soul” after ignoring her Hollywood profession.
“I just decided that I wanted different things out of my life. I had gone so hard for so long, working, making films and it’s such a grind,” she stated throughout a look on Gwyneth Paltrow’s “In Goop Health: The Sessions” series.
Her last motion picture look of her 20-year profession was available in the 2014 adjustment of “Annie.”
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.