On Saturday evening, Cameron Diaz attended the 2014 Guys’ Choice Awards. Alongside Sex Tape co-star Jason Segel, she presented the award for Best Couple to the comedy duo Key & Peele. Cami looked great in a sparkling number as she was photographed on stage as well as backstage. The event will air on Spike TV on June 11th.
A few days ago, the American Film Institute celebrated their latest recipient of the Life Achievement Award – Jane Fonda. Parts of the Hollywood elite was there to honor the work of Fonda, including Cameron Diaz, Meryl Streep, Sandra Bullock, Michael Douglas and Sally Field. Cami looked stunning in a black jumpsuit as she spoke on stage and mingled among the guests in the audience. Pictures from the event have been added to our photo archive.
A new international trailer for Sex Tape has been released by Sony. It has some new scenes (and new jokes!) from the film, released in US cinemas on July 18th (changed from the previous date). We also got a few new production stills from the movie, all featuring Cameron Diaz as Annie. Watch the trailer below, and head over to the photo archive to see the stills.
First of all, I’d like to apologize for the lack of updates on the site as of late. I’ll try to get better, promise! To make it up to you, I will add tons of updates this evening. Keep checking the site for new photos, videos and more! Secondly, I have put up a temporary layout on the site. Was tired of the last one (perhaps that kept me from updating more?) so this will have to do until inspiration strikes again. Thirdly, for the first update for tonight I added pictures from the launch party for “The Body Doesn’t Lie”, a book by Cameron’s pal Vicky Vlachonis. She attended the event alongside good friend Gwyneth Paltrow, new boyfriend Benji Madden and more. Click on the previews below to see the images in full size in our photo archive!
Great news for Cameron and her team of other women! According to The Wrap, The Other Woman exceeded the expectations of the analysts and the studio, which had projected an opening in the high-teen millions. The movie took the No. 1 spot with an opening estimated at $24.7 million this weekend. The critics weren’t too keen on it (25 percent positive on Rotten Tomatoes), but the audience — three quarters female and 65 percent over the age of 25 — gave it a decent “B+” CinemaScore. “I think audiences were clearly ready for a movie like this,” Spencer Klein, Senior Vice President, General Sales Manager at Fox, told TheWrap. “The three female leads were a huge draw.” Fox is hoping that The Other Woman can broaden its audience and provide a counter-programming alternative to superhero fare over the next few weeks. Congratulations to everyone involved!
The Other Woman finally arrived in cinemas nationwide yesterday, and earned a solid $9.5 million in its first day! Previously predicted by distributor Fox to take in $15-19 million over the first weekend, the movie is now set to earn around $25 million and easily claim the number 1 spot! The Other Woman also received a nice B+ grade by CinemaScore, which will provide a good word-of-mouth. If you haven’t already – go watch the movie this weekend!
Like mentioned in numerous post before, The Other Woman is finally released in cinemas nationwide (and in a lot of foreign markets as well) today! The comedy – starring Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, Kate Upton, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Nicki Minaj and Taylor Kinney – has received some not-so-favorable reviews, though the majority of them liked Diaz and Mann’s chemistry and performances. Either way, it sure looks to be a fun time at the movies, so be sure to watch it this weekend! I have featured a couple of reviews for your reading below.
“As ever, Mann’s ability to seem perpetually on the verge of a nervous breakdown can be maddening, even mannered, and “The Other Woman” needs every drop of cool, cynical detachment it can wring from Diaz’s performance. Having memorably embraced her inner rebel in recent projects like “Bad Teacher” and “The Counselor,” Diaz (who starred in Cassavetes’ “My Sister’s Keeper”)is in fine, nuanced form here, stepping into the heels of a strong-willed, successful working woman without reducing her to a one-note shrew.”
– Justin Chang, Variety
“Though all of its finishings are glossy and luxe, The Other Woman is firmly lowbrow, complete with an abundance of poop jokes. Still, there’s something likable about Diaz and Mann’s snappy chemistry, Diaz playing the no-nonsense sexpot to Mann’s unraveling housewife. This particular shtick from Mann is probably a love-it-or-leave-it kind of a thing at this point; some may find her whiny, loopy neuroses tiring, but I’ve yet to sour on it. She adds a welcome dash of weirdness to this mostly straightforward picture, and nicely offsets Diaz’s perhaps overly cultivated cool girl routine. The two fit together nicely, so much so that the charisma black hole that is Kate Upton barely knocks them off course. Melissa Stack’s script is loose and improvisatory, and genuinely clever in a few places, allowing Diaz and Mann ample room to bumble around amusingly.”
– Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair
I don’t think anyone who’s visited this site the past few weeks has missed that The Other Woman is opening in cinemas today. Still, the updates-galore continues! This time we have included the featurettes and b-rolls released to promote the film. Watch them all by clicking “more” at the end of this post. Enjoy!