From the Official www.TomCruise.com:
Cameron Diaz, co-star of the new Tom Cruise movie Knight and Day, was on the red carpet at the Academy Awards! She was one of the evening’s Oscar presenters.
When asked to choose her pick for Best Picture, she answered, “I just think…all of them are so wonderful. I loved Avatar, but I loved Hurt Locker…”
Find out Cameron’s favorite part about being on the red carpet by watching the video below:
During the ceremony, she helped present the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature with comedian Steve Carell. In their segment, Carell talked about how difficult it was for both him and Diaz as “beautiful people” to star in films where you couldn’t see their faces. “Or bodies,” quipped Diaz. But, according to Diaz, the script was originally written for Diaz and Jude Law to present. Carell offers that he stepped in at the last minute to help out.
Take a look at a short clip of their presentation by clicking on the picture below (jump to 1:03):
We can’t wait to see Diaz shine on another red carpet at the premiere of Knight and Day! The film is set for a release date of July 2, 2010 — are you excited about seeing Cameron on the big screen? Liked her presentation during the Oscars? Sound off in the comments below!
Related Film Facts:
Both Cameron Diaz and Steve Carell have lent their voices to animated films — Diaz for the Shrek movies, and Carell for Horton Hears a Who!