On Sunday, June 7th, Cameron Diaz along with Abigail Breslin and Sofia Vassilieva attended a press conference for My Sister’s Keeper. Cami looked gorgeous in a black dress with a white belt, as she talked about the movie coming to theatres June 26. Check out 25 pictures from the press conference in the gallery. Enjoy!
The same day that Cameron Diaz was interviewed by Entertainment Tonight about My Sister’s Keeper, she also got to play “Stump the Star” with The Insider‘s Samantha Harris. Samantha read lines from five of Cameron’s movies — including Shrek, There’s Something About Mary and Charlie’s Angels – but could she guess them all? Check it out at TheInsider.com!
Yesterday, Cameron Diaz attended the 13th Annual Webby Awards, held at the Cipriani Wall Street in New York. The special award show celebrate the best in Internet entertainment. Cameron presented the award for Webby Person of the Year to friend Jimmy Fallon. Check out 21 pictures from the show!
Cameron Diaz and her co-stars from My Sister’s Keeper, Abigail Breslin and Sofia Vassilieva, did some press interviews for the movie on Friday. Here’s the video of their interview with the always-entertaining Chuck the MovieGuy! Thanks to Chuck for the heads-up!
Cameron Diaz, Abigail Breslin and Sofia Vassilieva were recently interviewed by Entertainment Tonight about the upcoming drama My Sister’s Keeper, in theatres June 26. Check out the great video of the three of them talking about the movie below. Enjoy!
Cameron Diaz was in the middle of filming My Sister’s Keeper last year when her father Emilio died suddenly during a bout with pneumonia. The actress credits the cast, crew and director with helping her get through the ordeal – and finish the movie.
“I was really, really fortunate to have these people to come back to,” Diaz told reporters Friday while promoting the film, which costars Abigail Breslin and Sofia Vasssilieva. “Being able to go back to the group of people who were there waiting for me was a blessing, … so that’s really sort of the only way I was able to do it.”
During Diaz’s nearly two-week absence, they shot around her, explained director Nick Cassavetes. “To talk about this subject, you really have to say that people are more important than movies, and we forget that sometimes,” Cassavetes says. “We were all stunned to find out that he had died so suddenly and, apparently, he was a hell of a guy and a gigantic influence on Cameron.”
The great Manny the MovieGuy has posted his early review of My Sister’s Keeper – in cinemas June 26 – and he has some great things to say about the movie! If it’s possible, I’m even more excited about the film after reading this! Check it out:
I walked into the screening of My Sister’s Keeper not knowing what to fully expect. All I knew was that the film was based on Jodi Picoult’s bestselling book about an 11-year old kid who’s suing her parents for medical emancipation. She doesn’t want her body to be the lifeline of her dying sister anymore.
And guess what? The movie won me over! I love how Nick Cassavetes and his The Notebook screenwriting partner, Jeremy Leven, turn this film into a character-driven study on death and dying and its effects on a tight family unit. If the filmmakers decide to make this a narrative-driven movie, it would have been a melodramatic Lifetime channel fare.
I cried. A lot. And didn’t feel guilty about it!
Cameron Diaz shines as the seemingly single-minded mother who has one purpose in life — to save the dying Kate (the fantastic Sofia Vassilieva).
But the heart of the film belongs to the Oscar-nominated Abigail Breslin (Anna). This girl is amazing! She can go from sweet and precarious, to sorrow and grief in one second!
My Sister’s Keeper comes out on June 26th, trust me, you’ll love this film.