“I dedicate this star to the eternal love that my mom and dad shared. It was what has given me the strength and courage to live this extraordinary life, and it was that powers the light that burns inside of me, bright enough for me to be honored today with this star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.”
I have added almost 300 photos, as well as a video of Cameron’s speech, from the special ceremony where she received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! Cami looked absolutely beautiful as she posed happily with the star, her family, friends and co-stars in front of the iconic Egyptian Theatre. Be sure to check out the pictures in the gallery, and watch the clip in the video archive!
As posted numerous times before, Cameron Diaz was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame earlier today! Pictures are starting to come in, and I bring you the “first look” at Cami at the special event. Check back for hundreds of photos later!
Today is the day! Cameron Diaz will finally be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! Be sure to stay tuned to Cameron-Diaz.org, as we will bring you full coverage from the event. See you soon!
Cameron Diaz and My Sister’s Keeper director Nick Cassavetes are featured in a new – very interesting – article on the LATimes.com. Be sure to read it below, and check out the photo that went with the article to the right (click on it to view the picture in full size in the gallery)!
Real men do shed tears.
That’s the conclusion one gets from sitting down with Nick Cassavetes, the 6-foot-6-inch, square-jawed, mustachioed, multi-tattooed film director who was so wild and belligerent as a kid that his mother — actress Gena Rowlands — gave him a suitcase for his 16th birthday so he could pack up and move out. Now, a couple of lifetimes later, he’s made the film “My Sister’s Keeper,” a movie that requires even more Kleenex than his last hit tear-jerker, 2004’s “The Notebook.”
“As a society, we are trained not to feel things. We respect things that are scientific and cerebral and smart, and this ain’t one,” Cassavetes says over water and tea at the Chateau Marmont. His friend, the film’s star, Cameron Diaz, sits across from him, all long legs and scarves and jeans and jewelry.
Throughout the afternoon, the 50-year-old Cassavetes can’t stop showering Diaz with loud, brash adulation, while she looks at him with the fondness one reserves for a beloved papa bear. Diaz focuses on him intently with those limpid eyes, as green-blue as a bay in the Bahamas, and unconsciously twirls her uncoiffed blond hair with a finger.
Cameron Diaz is featured on Entertainment Weekly‘s Movie Must List for this summer. Her ‘must’ can be read below! Other actors featured on the list are Megan Fox, Amy Adams, Sam Worthington, Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana.
Must career change-up
WHY HER With her new film My Sister’s Keeper (out June 26), Diaz shows us a side of herself that we weren’t sure she ever had, playing the aching mother of a terminally ill daughter in the big-screen adaptation of Jodi Picoult’s best-selling weepie novel.
ON HER MUST LIST Michael Pollan’s 2006 book The Omnivore’s Dilemma, which takes a close look at where our food really comes from.
I have added lots of additional pictures to the photoshoot Cameron Diaz did for Parade magazine, earlier this year. Most of them are unretouched, and Cami still looks gorgeous! Be sure to check them out by clicking on the previews below. Enjoy!
With the premiere of My Sister’s Keeper next Friday, Cameron will be appearing on several talk shows next week to promote the movie. Be sure to check back to Cameron-Diaz.org, as we’ll have full coverage from the interviews. See when/where she can be seen below.
June 22: Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien
June 24: Good Morning America
June 24: Live with Regis and Kelly
June 25: Daily Show With Jon Stewart
June 26: Early Show
June 26: Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Edit: Updated with more appearances!