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In an interview at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Diaz also says that Paltrow and Martin are 'kind, generous, loving people who really care about one another.'
A bright foster kid, a mean foster mother, and a politician with thinly-veiled campaign to win his election are previewed in this video.
Diaz shares her opinion on food and fitness in the latest issue of Self magazine and reveals that she starts exercising at the age of 27 because of 'Charlie's Angels' role.
The three women become close allies after finding out that their man, played by 'Game of Thrones' star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, is three-timing them and vow to get back at him.
The 'Bad Teacher' star teases what's to expect from her despicable character in Will Gluck-directed musical based on a classic story of the same title.
Millennium Films' head Avi Lerner also spills that he is looking for a female director to helm the all-female version of Sylvester Stallone's 'The Expendables'.
The 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas' co-stars were seen at the opening of TAO Downtown resto.
The comedy from 'Bad Teacher' director Jake Kasdan is also supported by Jason Segel.
The 'Bad Teacher' actress has agreed to take the evil lady role, previously passed by Sandra Bullock, for Sony Pictures.
The Ridley Scott-directed movie also stars Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbender, Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem, and is due out on October 25.
Director Jake Kasdan returns to the 'Bad Teacher' sequel with Justin Malen set to provide the script.
Carter becomes the first member in his group to release a book entitled 'Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It' which will come out in September.
The Harajuku Barbie takes on a role of Diaz's opinionated assistant in the comedy from 'The Notebook' director Nick Cassavetes.
The 'Starships' singer is included in the cast ensemble of the Nick Cassavetes-directed comedy, which also stars Kate Upton, Leslie Mann and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.
The 'Vanilla Sky' actress is in early talks to reunite with her 'Bad Teacher' co-star Jason Segel and director Jake Kasdan in the Sony comedy.