Behold Cameron Diaz's Most Iconic Roles, From The Mask to The Holiday


Have we seen the last of Cameron Diaz's silly dance moves and megawatt smile on the big screen? While Diaz's role of lounge singer - and love interest to lead character Stanley Ipkiss - Tina Carlyle did obviously focus a lot on her looks, Diaz's aptitude for comedy also quickly became apparent, with her playing well off established comedic force Carrey.

Diaz has been missing from Hollywood for quite some time, with her last movie - the newest adaptation of the musical Annie - coming out in 2014.

'I would have liked to do a sequel but Cameron's retired from acting, she's like "I'm done". We were reminiscing about the film [The Sweetest Thing]. News, she told an audience at an In Goop Health event: "I just went, 'I can't really say who I am to myself, ' which is a hard thing to face up to". I'll maintain that that passage was made too early and her Hannigan was less wrathful hasbeen and more washed up trust fund kid (ultimately bad casting.) Plus, having Diaz follow legendary character actor Carol Burnett felt incredibly unfair.

An insider cited by The Daily Star who spoke to Blair atVanity Fair's Oscars pre-party in Los Angeles quoted Blair as saying, "I don't know what it would take to bring [Diaz] back". "Cameron is constantly inundated with film scripts trying to tempt her out of retirement but she's just not interested", said the source.

She is one of Hollywood's leading ladies, with blockbusters such as Charlie's Angels, Shrek and There's Something About Mary to her name.

But according to her close friend, Selma Blair (who may have accidentally spilled the beans), she believes it's time to hang up her acting boots as she's officially "done" with the industry. She recalled how the constant travel and life on film sets affected her.

In In Her Shoes, Cameron Diaz wreaks havoc on the lives of her family and friends as the easygoing Maggie (much to the chagrin of her sister, played by Toni Collette).

"I mean, she doesn't need to make any more films", Blair added.