Cameron Diaz is in July’s Playboy

In Cameron Diaz’s interview for the July 2010 edition of Playboy, she says she can’t even remember how many times she’s got on a plane for cock. Wait, what? Let me read that again, “Oh gosh, I can’t even count how many times I’ve gotten on a plane for love. It’s not unusual in this business; my lifestyle demands it. I’m always traveling for [whispers] cock. You’ve got to go where it is.” Is Cameron Diaz wooing me?

Cameron also talks about seeing Seth Rogen high, girl-on-girl and her first time. On losing her virginity she says she “did it just to do it” and that now she’s turned into an insatiable cock hungry monster. More highlights under the cut.

On whether or not she and Alex Rodriguez are an item: “No, no, no. I’ve been in relationships since I was 16 years old. In the past three years I’ve made a conscious decision not to be in a relationship for as long as I want. I’ve stayed away from all the traps out there for me to just fall into something that will potentially lead me down the same road…I want to have a relationship with myself right now.”

On working with her ex, Justin Timberlake, on an upcoming film: “We’re adults. Of course we could work together. It’s been three years since we broke up. It’s all done…We’re friends; he’s really talented and funny, and we’re good at being funny together. A great dynamic we have is that we love laughing together…he’s so hilarious.”

On Tom Cruise: “Tom is super. He’s a special person. He’s passionate about making movies and passionate about his family. Those are the two most important things in his life, and he lives that. Working with Tom drove me to want to show up every day as driven and excited as he does.”

On whether or not she’s seen Seth Rogen high: “I might have seen Seth high but didn’t completely know it. I went to a party one night where I think there was some stoneage. People were definitely pretty baked, but I didn’t partake with him at that time. [laughs] He might have been high the entire time for all I know.”

On Snoop Dogg, who attended her high school: “Snoop was a year older than me. He stood out. He was tall and skinny and wore ponytails all over his head. I’m sure I probably bought weed from him.”

On her embarrassing encounter with Jeff Bridges: “I saw Jeff Bridges at this year’s rehearsal for the Oscars ceremony. I didn’t know what to say, but I rushed over and was like, ‘Um, hi. Congratulations on everything. You must be so excited,’ and he gave me this sideways look and smile. We just didn’t connect. There was no response. I was like, Okay. Then I started sweating and thinking, Wait, he’s nominated, right? Or did I just totally make an a*s of myself?”

On the types of roles she chooses: “Working with Daniel Day-Lewis in Gangs of New York put a lot of things in perspective for me. I saw the way he worked and the outcome of his hard work. I could do exactly what he does and have completely different results. Why would I put myself in the position of trying to do something only Daniel Day-Lewis can do?…I do the roles I do because of the person I am.”

On others’ opinions of her work: “Whether other people consider my accomplishments to be successful or not doesn’t matter to me. I don’t give a f*ck what other people think. I have my own standards I live by.”

On her famous booty: “My booty has been on hiatus from film but certainly not from everyday life, where it doesn’t stop moving. It’s in constant sway and has a mind of its own. On camera, though, there just hasn’t been an opportunity for it to assert itself lately.”

On men who try to pick her up: “I never shut down any man who’s willing to ask me out unless he’s a total douche bag. It takes a lot for a guy to ask out a girl like me – not because I think I’m superspecial or anything. It’s just that I think men are intimidated, and it’s a lot to get involved with. It’s not uncomplicated.”

On the relationships she’s had: “I’ve had really successful relationships, even though they’ve lasted only a certain amount of time. I’m okay with that. With some of the relationships that have drawn public interest, I feel as though I’ve evolved, learned and become better equipped. I don’t feel I need to make it different for the outside world that’s looking in and judging it.”

On her primal instincts: “I’m primal on an animalistic level, kind of like, ‘Bonk me over the head, throw me over your shoulder. You man, me woman.’ Not everybody has the right kind of primal thing for me…I love physical contact. I have to be touching my lover, like, always. It’s not optional.”

On her childhood crush: “Raiders of the Lost Ark was a big thing for me. When I was nine, in my mind I was kissing Harrison Ford, and he was an amazing kisser. I was going to marry him. It’s not a secret today. He knows. He’s taken, so what can I do?”

On her first sexual experience: “I kind of did it just to do it. I wanted to get it over with just so it was done…After that it was as if the gates were open.”

On sexuality and love: “Sexuality and love can be different things. I can be attracted to a woman sexually, but it doesn’t mean I want to be in love with a woman. If I’m going to be with a woman sexually, it doesn’t mean I’m a lesbian. We put these restraints and definitions on people, but it’s hard to define.”

On the widespread belief that Anna Faris mocked Cameron in Lost in Translation: “She’s lovely, talented, funny, and I love watching her. I have no ill feelings toward her whatsoever. You can’t hurt my feelings. I’m the first to make fun of myself.”

On reading the tabloids: “If I spent any time reading what people make up about my life, I would be taking away from how I live my life, which is so much better than anyone could imagine.”

On her life: “I have an extraordinary life, for which I am so grateful. If you’re grateful for what you have, you’re in need of nothing else. I can’t imagine how my life could get better, but I’m sure it can. It will – because it always does.”

Cameron comes off as actually pretty cool in this interview. Someone you’d probably hang out with and make fun of each other with. Still, she’s not all that attractive and that braying laugh she has doesn’t help. It’s like you just told that donkey from Shrek a funny joke.


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12 years ago

i’d hit it.