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Watch Cameron Diaz sing 'Little Girls' in 'Annie'

Cameron Diaz is a couple weeks from her big-screen debut as Miss Hannigan in Annie, and now we have a look at exactly what we’re in for.

A new clip from the film her portrayal of the cantankerous caretaker, opening with her delivering a life lesson to her girls about the real world. Let’s just say she’s a glass-half-empty kind of gal…

Then, she breaks into song, bringing the famous track, “Little Girls,” to life. The song is certainly updated musically and thematically (reference to MTV, anyone?). Here’s Carol Burnett’s rendition in the 1982 film for comparison.

Annie hits theaters Dec. 19.

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Critical Mass: Is this a 'Sex Tape' you'd pay to see?

Jason Segel and Cameron Diaz are back together again. After starring in Bad Teacher, the 2011 comedy hit that topped $100 million, they reunite to play a married couple who’ve lost their spark. Kids, work, and age have taken their toll on what was once a spontaneous and prolific sex life, and Annie and Jay try to get it back by making their own homemade sex tape. But when their video gets uploaded to the Cloud by accident and sent to their friends, neighbors, and even their mailman, they have to race around town to prevent the naughty movie from becoming a scandal.

Directed by Bad Teacher‘s Jake Kasdan and co-starring Rob Lowe, Rob Corddry, and Ellie Kemper, “Sex Tape becomes a caper not unlike Horrible Bosses or We’re the Millers or [insert another Jason Sudeikis movie of your choice here],” writes Leah Greenblatt, in her review. “It’s clumsy and wacky and intermittently amusing.”

Read more from EW’s review, as well as a round-up of other notable critics, below. READ FULL STORY

New 'Annie' remake trailer: 'Whoa, my hair's gigantic!'

Yes, the first trailer for Will Gluck’s modern-day spin on the beloved 1977 musical Annie was… a little jarring. Daddy Warbucks had become a mogul and mayoral candidate played by Jamie Foxx; Miss Hannigan was a trashy blonde with Cameron Diaz’s face who yearned for the arms of George Clooney; the few bars of Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin’s iconic songs we heard bore the unmistakable stamp of Auto-Tune.

But this time around, you’ll know what to expect when you check out the movie’s second full-length trailer — which makes the clip’s pop culture references (there’s a running Batman joke) and Diaz’s mugging go down a little easier. Also: Somewhere along the way, Foxx’s character’s name was apparently changed from Benjamin to William Stacks. And he goes by “Will,” not “Bill.” (Wonder who realized that Benjamin Stacks was just a liiitle too on the nose?) There’s still stuff in here bound to bug purists — lyrics from “It’s The Hard Knock Life” and “You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile” have been altered slightly — but at least the story’s heart seems to be intact. Also: Turns out the movie’s version of Warbucks is bald after all! Will that satisfy you?!

Adjust your expectations — it’s safe to say “We’d Like to Thank You, Herbert Hoover” won’t be making an appearance — and watch below:


Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann don't want you to pre-judge Kate Upton (but explain why it's okay if you do) -- LISTEN

Have you seen Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, and Kate Upton discuss bikini waxes on Moviefone’s Unscripted? If so, you know that Diaz has promised to teach Upton how to give herself one, but also that the media tour for their film The Other Woman has been an entertaining one. Diaz and Mann stopped by Entertainment Weekly Radio (SiriusXM 105) to talk with “Women on Pop” hosts Melissa Maerz and Sara Vilkomerson about the revenge comedy’s spot in the “9 to 5 genre,” the best way to get over a cheater in real life (bonus: Mann outs a guy who crossed her by name), and how many interviewers have asked Upton about her boobs. “It’s shocking what people say,” Mann says. “The camera goes on, and the interviewer asks about her boobs…. I said once, ‘Well, how is your vagina? What’s your vagina like?'”

Diaz, a model-turned-actress herself, has felt pre-judged and underestimated in the past. “But it’s awesome,” she says, “because then you’re at an advantage. They’re projecting onto you what they think that you are. The position that you’re in is to be able to be who you are and to put it on them to have to accept that. If they can’t, then that’s their problem, but you get to still just be who you are, instead of having to be who they want you to be. But sometimes,” she continues, “you can pretend to be who they want you to be, which is the best part, because then they’re at a disadvantage because you’re so much more than what they think and you kinda have the upper hand…. [You’re smarter] than they give you credit for, which is really what happens with Kate all the time.”

Listen to the interview below. In the second clip, Diaz, a Game of Thrones fan, weighs in on the controversial scene between her Other Woman co-star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime) and Lena Headey (Cersei) in the April 20 episode and what she’ll be watching for next.  READ FULL STORY

'Sex Tape': Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel share their love in NSFW trailer -- VIDEO


As everyone knows, personal sex tapes are only meant for you, your loved one, and people with an active PayPal account. They aren’t for your boss or your neighbor, or heaven forbid, your mother. But that’s what happens to Jason Segel and Cameron Diaz in Sex Tape, the raunchy new comedy from director Jake Kasdan (Bad Teacher).


New 'Annie' trailer: Quvenzhane Wallis sings, Cameron Diaz sasses -- VIDEO

It’s a hard knock life for Annie in the new official trailer for Will Gluck’s modern-day update of the classic comic and musical.

Beasts of the Southern Wild breakout Quvenzhané Wallis stars as the orphaned heroine who gets rescued from Miss Hannigan’s (Cameron Diaz) care to be used as political bait for Jamie Foxx’s wealthy Benjamin Stacks.

For those fond of John Huston’s 1982 classic, this new take on Annie might be a little bit of a shock. The costumes and sets are bright and over the top, “Tomorrow” sounds ever so slightly Auto-Tuned, and the current pop culture references seem to fly fast and furiously.

Check out the trailer after the jump. READ FULL STORY

'The Other Woman' trailer: Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, and Kate Upton form unlikely bond -- VIDEO

The first theatrical trailer for upcoming film The Other Woman finds Leslie Mann, Cameron Diaz, and Kate Upton teaming up to get back at the man who’s been stringing all three of them along at once.

The trailer for the upcoming comedy sets up the storyline for the film, in which a successful lawyer (Diaz) finds out her boyfriend (Game of Thrones‘ Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) is actually married. After meeting his wife (Mann), the two women form an unlikely friendship and team up to get revenge on the man who scorned them both, only to find out that he’s been cheating on both of them with yet another woman (Kate Upton). The two women quickly recruit the other and the three of them set out to get even with the man who’s been lying to them all.

Watch the trailer for The Other Woman below:

Cameron Diaz is the H-bomb as 'Annie's Miss Hannigan -- PHOTO

It didn’t take Cameron Diaz long to make a splash on Twitter. Since belatedly joining the social network last week, she’s attracted more than 214,000 followers. She’s bound to pick up a few more with her most recent tweet on Tuesday, which included a selfie and an introduction. “I want you to meet someone. Her name is Ms. Hannigan. She ain’t nice and she ain’t pretty.”

Diaz, of course, is playing Miss Hannigan in the upcoming remake of Annie, which stars Quvenzhane Wallis and Jamie Foxx. Wallis will certainly be different from the traditional red-headed orphan of old, and Diaz will understandably be a little different, too. But I think we know all that we need to from her cockeyed stare and bling-y H-Bomb necklace. I love you, Miss Hannigan. READ FULL STORY

Michael Fassbender, Javier Bardem and more act naughty in 'The Counselor' trailer -- VIDEO


Have you been bad?

Michael Fassbender certainly has, as noticed in The Counselor‘s new trailer (which is thankfully in English this time.) The star-studded flick features performances by Fassbender, Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz, Brad Pitt and Cameron Diaz — not to mention a screenplay by Cormac McCarthy, all brought together under the guidance of director extraordinaire Ridley Scott.

Obviously Fassbender’s character has been up to no good and even though he has a beautiful fiancee (Cruz) and a seemingly fanciful life, the drug world is just a little too dark to keep your hands completely clean. Check out the trailer below: READ FULL STORY

'The Counselor' trailer: Michael Fassbender makes bad look good in Cormac McCarthy thriller -- EXCLUSIVE


“Have you been bad?” Penélope Cruz asks of her fiancé, the titular lawyer played by Michael Fassbender, at the end of the new trailer for The Counselor. From the looks of things, the answer is a resolute “Yes.”

Despite the fact that the title sounds like an adaptation of a middling John Grisham novel, Ridley Scott’s latest feature was written by Cormac McCarthy in what is his first original screenplay. Fassbender stars as a man seduced by the promise of easy cash who eventually gets drawn into a seedy world of vicious criminals, international drug-running, beheaded motorcyclists, and at least a couple of cheetahs. The cast also includes Javier Bardem, Brad Pitt, and Cameron Diaz, who looks like she’s gotten her hands on a pretty meaty role. Check out the trailer below.

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