Cameron Diaz is ‘Back in Action’ with Jamie Foxx

Cameron Diaz is ‘Back in Action’ with Jamie Foxx

Cameron Diaz is back in action. The 49-year-old star announced this week that she’s coming out of retirement to appear opposite Jamie Foxx in a new Netflix film titled, appropriately, Back in Action. The two had earlier appeared together in Any Given Sunday (1999) and Annie (2014).

While details about the storyline are still under wraps, it’s known that Seth Gordon will be directing it from a script he co-wrote with Brendan O’Brien.

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Gordon’s directorial credits include Horrible Bosses (2011) and Baywatch (2017).

This morning, Foxx tweeted the news by posting a phone chat with Diaz, who admitted she was both “excited” and “anxious” about the project, confessing “I don’t know how to do this, you know?”

The phone call included a segment by NFL player Tom Brady (“the GOAT”), another celebrity who announced, then quickly reversed, his decision to retire from the NFL, though he has no part in Back in Action.

“Cameron I hope you aren’t mad I recorded this, but no turning back now. Had to call in the GOAT to bring back another GOAT,” Foxx tweeted.

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Diaz announced her retirement from the silver screen back in 2018. Her last appearance had been in Sony’s adaptation of Annie as directed by Will Gluck. She also appeared in Any Given Sunday, Bad Teacher, Being John Malkovich, Gangs of New York, Knight and Day, My Sister’s Keeper, and the Charlie’s Angels and Shrek franchises. During her career, she won four Golden Globe nominations.

Foxx captured an Academy Award for Ray in 2005, was most recently seen in Spider-Man: No Way Home. He’s slated to appear in a wide array of works-in-progress, including The Burial (directed by Maggie Betts), Day Shift (J. J. Perry), God Is a Bullet (Nick Cassavetes), Strays (Josh Greenbaum), They Cloned Tyrone (Juel Taylor), and Tin Soldier (Brad Furman). He will also appear in a comedy he’s directing, All-Star Weekend.

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