Diaz Reportedly Eyed For Big MCU Villain Role

Diaz Reportedly Eyed For Big MCU Villain Role

If there’s one department within Marvel Studios that is absolutely nailing its job, it’s the casting team. Just look at how tough it is for us to let members of the original cast – like Robert Downey Jr. – go, as we embrace the next wave of superheroes and supervillains. The proof is in the pudding, and they’ve definitely earned our trust when it comes to cherry-picking the new generation of on-screen characters. With that established, let’s get right into it.

According to sources close to WGTC – the same ones who told us Taskmaster would be the villain in Black Widow and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier would be delayed, both of which were correct – the latest actor being eyed to portray an MCU role is none other than Cameron Diaz. Yes, the very same Cameron Diaz of Charlie’s Angels and Being John Malkovich fame. It’s unclear if she’s actually been approached yet, but we’re told that if they can convince her to come out of retirement, they’d love to have her on board.

So, who would Diaz be playing if she does join the world of Marvel? Well, she’s reportedly being considered to play the villainous role of Thanos’ love interest Mistress Death from the comic books, a character we expected to see somewhere along the Infinity Saga but ultimately never showed. Where she might appear first, we don’t yet know, but Mad Titan co-creator Jim Starlin certainly thinks that her inclusion is likely now more than ever, as Marvel gets ready to step into the realm of the strange – no pun intended – with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

In Marvel Comics, Thanos’ real motivation for collecting the Infinity Stones and wiping out half the population of the universe is to impress Mistress Death. Without that particular narrative though, the movies will need to adjust the lore to accommodate her existence, but that’s something that they’ve already been doing, so it shouldn’t be too hard.

Maybe the rumored Thanos prequel TV series will build some of that history between the two villains before she appears in the MCU movies. Regardless of the route they take, it sounds like Josh Brolin’s purple giant will return to plague the world again in future Phases of the franchise.

But tell us, should Marvel manage to convince Cameron Diaz to sign on, do you think she’d be a good fit for the MCU

Gwyneth Paltrow & Cameron Diaz: In Conversation | In goop Health: The Sessions

GP will be back for this session to catch up with her friend Cameron Diaz on life, new motherhood, and the launch of Diaz’s vegan wine company, Avaline. Something we love about Diaz: her boundless curiosity about wellness and the human body. She’s spent the last decade diving deep, learning, absorbing, and then sharing in her bestsellers The Body Book and The Longevity Book. It’s been a while, and we’re ready for more.

‘She’s the One’ Blu-Ray Screencaptures Added

‘She’s the One’ Blu-Ray Screencaptures Added

Thanks to David who kindly send us over 1080p screencaptures of Cameron from the 1996 movie She’s the One

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Diaz Says She Might Actually Just Get Into Acting Again

Diaz Says She Might Actually Just Get Into Acting Again

After 20 years of starring in hits like Charlie’s Angels, There’s Something About Mary, and the 2014 Annie remake, Cameron Diaz decided to officially retire from Hollywood. However, in the time that has passed since her last onscreen role, the actress is now open to possibly making a comeback if the universe brings the right project her way.

Diaz appeared in a special edition of Makeup & Friends, a Westman Atelier-produced webseries. When celebrity makeup artist and close friend Gucci Westman mentioned the fact that the world really would like to see Diaz return to acting, the star had a surprising response.

“Look, I’m never going to say never,” Diaz replied to Westman’s delight. “I’m not a person who says never about anything.”

The new admission isn’t the first time that Diaz has hinted that an acting comeback could be in the cards given the right circumstances. Last year, the actress shared a candid personal essay that explained exactly why she had decided to step away in the first place, saying that her “semi-retirement” had come after years of “[giving] half her life to the public.”

“I feel it’s OK for me to take time for myself now to reorganize and choose how I want to come [back] into the world,” she wrote in Instyle. “If I decide to. I don’t miss performing.”
“[W]hatever I do, it has to be something I’m passionate about,” Diaz continued in the public letter. “Something that just feels effortless.”

While it’s definitely a reach to expect the 47-year-old to return to Hollywood right this moment — she’s current having the time of her life with Benji Madden and their daughter Raddix — we can rest easy knowing that the door is still open, even if it’s just a little bit. No pressure, Cameron, but we miss you.

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