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Jamie Foxx and Cameron Diaz attend a photo shoot for “Annie” at the Corinthia Hotel London on December 16, 2014 in London, England.
Cameron Diaz She wants you to know that she “had a good time” working with Jamie Foxx on “Back in Action,” her first film in 10 years, despite hearing things that seem to indicate otherwise.
“I really hate all the things that have been said about our group,” Diaz said on Tuesday’s episode of the show. “Lipstick on the Edge” podcast.She later added that it made her want to “scream at the top of your lungs, like, ‘What are you talking about?’
Diaz described Foxx as a “cheerleader for the entire crew,” and said the set of the Netflix film was amazing and that he was “professional on every level.”
“The hiccups that happened during the production process are a normal kind of thing that happens,” she said.
She spoke directly to “everything that was said about setting us up” that Foxx was in the hospital in April – a topic I was careful not to delve into beyond saying that the Oscar winner is now thriving.
Speaking of the “crazy things” she heard about the set, such as how Foxx “was making everything miserable and how I would never make another movie again because of him,” Diaz said, “It made me really angry.”
She also noted that when she tried to get Fox to “say something about it,” he acted “very personable” and told her to “let them say it — we know the truth.”
Diaz and Fox previously starred in the movie “Annie” in 2014, which was her last movie before her retirement, as well as in the movie “Any Given Sunday” in 1999, and they said on Tuesday that “the only reason” for her return was to participate in the movie “Back in Action.” he because It will work with Foxx.
The There’s Something About Mary star also said returning to acting after 10 years “was like riding a bike.”
“Back in Action” is an action comedy starring Diaz, Foxx, Kyle Chandler and Glenn Close, and is expected to be available for streaming on Netflix in 2024.
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