Selma Blair vows to stop speaking for Cameron Diaz


"Guys please, I was making a joke in an interview".

"Nothing Else Matters", Cameron Diaz retires from a stellar Hollywood career to focus on family.

Cameron Diaz, who posed at the SiriusXM Town Hall on April 5, 2016 in New York City, has not acted in four years.

"We were reminiscing about the film [The Sweetest Thing]".

Blair claims she recently met up with her old friend for lunch and suggested they reteam on the big screen for a sequel to their 2002 movie - but Diaz wasn't interested.

Cameron has been on a hiatus since the release of Annie back in 2014, where she starred as Miss Hannigan.

So how about that sequel now?

"She would love more than anything to be a mom", another source explains.

Blair also shared, "I mean, [Diaz] doesn't need to make any more films". Following the reports hitting the net, Selma Blair went to Twitter to clarify things.

When she lent her voice to Fiona, the human princess trapped in a dragon-guarded castle and cursed with becoming an ogre after nightfall, Diaz became the treasure of one of the most celebrated animated franchises of the 21st century.

Selma Blair was the woman to put the word out there that Cameron was hanging up her acting gloves, and now she's taking that word right back.

Cameron has shied away from the spotlight after marrying rocker Benji back in 2015 with reports a year ago even suggesting they were planning to adopt a baby. Her blockbuster movies include: There's Something About Mary, The Holiday, The Mask, Shrek and Charlie's Angels. If this is the decision she's made, at least we can always be grateful for her performances in iconic movies such as There's Something About Mary, My Best Friend's Wedding and pretty much every '90s comedy we were obsessed with.

Though we would really love to see her again - wouldn't you???