First Look at Cameron Diaz as Miss Hannigan in 'Annie' Remake


First Look at Cameron Diaz as Miss Hannigan in 'Annie' Remake
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.


Cameron Diaz introduces her on-screen alter ego, the cruel Miss Hannigan, in the new contemporary take on classic story "Annie". "I want you to meet someone," she tweeted. "Her name is Ms.Hannigan. She ain't nice and she ain't pretty. #Annie."

The blonde star pouts to the camera. In some on-set pictures landing online around the same time, she is seen wearing a grey sweater, cut-off denim shorts, sheer thighs, and black boots. She finishes off her look with big hoop earrings and a selection of necklaces.

In the original story, Miss Hannigan is the wicked owner of the orphanage where Annie resides. Oscar nominee Quvenzhane Wallis plays the titular young girl, Jamie Foxx stars as her savior, and Rose Byrne as her mother figure.

Directed by Will Gluck ("Easy A", "Friends with Benefits") and produced by rapper Jay-Z and actor Will Smith, the modern-day musical adaptation will arrive in theaters in the U.S. on December 19, 2014.

© AceShowbiz.com


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