CAMERON DIAZ IS GOOFY
Actress Cameron Diaz said she isn’t goofy just when the cameras are on ó she’s goofy in real life, too.
“I have pretty much behaved this way my entire life, which was probably more adoring when I was a a child than as an adult, when I’m sure it’s less attractive,” Diaz said, laughing.
Her new movie, “The Sweetest Thing,” co-stars Selma Blair and Christina Applegate and is a “raunchy, fun, screwball comedy,” Diaz said.
“We’re not being serious here. You’re meant to come in and have a good time,” Diaz said. “You’re meant to sort of leave everything else behind, all judgment, and just come in and have a good time, have a laugh.”
In the movie, Diaz said she had a great film filming the montage of scenes where she did impressions of Madonna in “Desperately Seeking Susan,” Olivia Newton-John in “Grease” and other actresses.
She also does a lot of physical humor.
Diaz said as long as she puts on plenty of padding and knows how to throw her weight and exaggerate her movements, she doesn’t get hurt when she falls.