Woowwzaa! Take a look at this gorgeous photoshoot Cameron did for Esquire magazine USA! Besides that, I’ve been updating the gallery and added A LOT of new scans that were missing, so… please feel free to check those out as well! Also, I’m letting you know that I’ll be making some tiny rearrangements with the site this week, so don’t freak out if you suddenly see some bumps! See ya!
Posted on: July 4th,2014 with Comments Off | Filed Under: Magazine Alerts,Photoshoots
I’ve added to the gallery 43 pictures from ‘Sex Tape’ photocall in Barcelona! Cameron looked absolutely beautiful in a white dress, Roland Mouret heels and simple loose hair. She posed for the paparazzi with her co-stars Jason Segel and Rob Lowe. Take a look at the pictures!
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Posted on: October 24th,2013 with Comments Off | Filed Under: Site Updates,The Counselor
In the footsteps of his literary classics No Country For Old Men, Blood Meridian and The Road, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy teams with director Ridley Scott and makes his screenwriting debut with The Counselor, an odd yet fascinating extension to his violent literary oeuvre.
Fresh off his brilliant but brutal performance in 12 Years a Slave, Michael Fassbender is the Counselor — his only identification in the film; that impersonal touch an effective McCarthy trademark. When his client Reiner (Javier Bardem) invites him to invest in a drug deal which would transport a shipment from Caracas to Chicago, the naïve Counselor accepts, basking in the prospect of earning gobs of coin with little effort. Life is looking up: he is engaged to the beautiful, innocent and pious Laura (Penélope Cruz), but as circumstances unfold and the shipment of drugs are stolen, the cartel blames the hot-shot lawyer; and just as quickly as his rich new life was built, it comes crashing down.
In typical McCarthy style, “The Counselor” examines the human condition under a magnifying glass, but in his twisted form of anthropology, that magnifying glass burns his characters like ants. There’s no escape from evil in McCarthy’s world. Whether you’re good or bad, means beyond your control will cut you down. Life never seems precious in a McCarthy story. It’s just a meaningless byproduct – something here one second then remorselessly tossed in a landfill the next.
The first half of the film is convoluted and dialogue heavy – but what great dialogue it is! – as McCarthy sets up his ideas like an intricate house of cards then proceeds to knock his house down in the nail-biting final hour. “The Counselor” advances its horror through cynical ideas rather than violence, though in typical McCarthy fashion, there are a few incredibly violent moments, shockingly impersonal and conveyed as orders of business in-between meals and nap times.
Ridley Scott takes the passenger seat as he passes through McCarthy’s country. The visionary director reins in his typically epic style for a more reserved, dialogue-driven study of crime and greed. However, Scott’s visuals in tandem with McCarthy’s script create the best of both worlds: McCarthy’s morose, cynical wit and Scott’s effortlessly slick camera work.
Cameron Diaz steals the show as Reiner’s seductive and dangerous girlfriend. Playing a sleazy, manipulative and maniacal temptress is the highlight of Diaz’s career. She uses her voracious sex appeal and raspy voice to great effect as the biggest player among this nest of hornets. McCarthy’s biting dialogue rolls off her like water on oil. It’s obvious she is reveling in this opportunity.
Brad Pitt expectedly goes for eccentricity when playing smaller roles and this is no exception. He pulls out ever nervous tick imaginable as Westray, the overly-cautious cowboy who brokers the drug deal. Also, rounding out the supporting cast are Rubén Blades, Rosie Perez, John Leguizamo and “Breaking Bad”’s Dean Norris.
A good score by Daniel Pemberton and beautiful photography by Dariusz Wolski complete the package, making McCarthy’s sardonic view of morality, mortality and greed an engrossing, yet disturbing watch, begging for more original screenplays by the Pulitzer winner. (Source)
Posted on: October 22nd,2013 with Comments Off | Filed Under: News and Gossip,The Counselor,Video Updates
A new clip from The Counselor featuring Cameron and Javier Bardem has been released. Take a look below:
Posted on: October 6th,2013 with Comments Off | Filed Under: News and Gossip
Empire Online has released their list of the 100 Sexiest Movie Stars 2013 and to our delight – but not to our surprise – Cameron made the list! Cameron placed 40th on the list. Take a look below at what earned her a top 50 spot!
#40 – Cameron Diaz
Few actresses get the impactful start that Cameron Diaz enjoyed thanks to her flirty-yet-sweet appearance in The Mask. And she quickly capitalised on it, proving herself with drama The Last Summer and going full Farrelly for There’s Something About Mary, the first of many screwball roles. But though she’ll often be cast simply as the beauty, Diaz has shown an admirable ability to play other sides, including Being John Malkovich’s weird Lotte Schwartz.
The film might not be Danny Boyle’s best, but she’s charm personified in A Life Less Ordinary. And let’s not forget her foulmouthed educator in Bad Teacher. Still we have a feeling the upcoming Counsellor from Ridley Scott may top them all.
STROKE OF CHARM
Rapping with Gwyneth Paltrow like a gangsta.
View the Complete List: www.empireonline.com
Posted on: October 2nd,2013 with Comments Off | Filed Under: News and Gossip,The Other Woman
Nicki Minaj will be making her big screen acting debut opposite Cameron Diaz, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton in the upcoming Nick Cassavetes-directed comedy The Other Woman. E! Online caught up with the singer and asked her about Cameron. Take a look at what she had to say below:
“When I got on set the first day, I was so nervous,” Minaj said. “Cameron Diaz walks in the room and I’m like, ‘Kill me. Is this really happening?'” Minaj said. “She lights up the room and all I could think of is what if I do something and she things that I suck, what is going to say? Is she going to demand that I be kicked off the movie? I was just thinking crazy stuff.”
We’re happy to report that none of her fears came true.
“She came up me in the middle of the day and was like, ‘You’re doing such a great job,'” Minaj said. “That melted me…And that pushed me. She was like, ‘You’re making really great choices.'”
Posted on: September 29th,2013 with Comments Off | Filed Under: Gallery Updates,The Counselor
I’ve added some movie posters and key artwork from Cameron’s upcoming film, The Counselor into the gallery. The Counselor hits theatres on October 25th. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
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