Cameron Diaz looks into my living room when I realize we’ve got it all wrong. For months, we’ve obsessed with celebrity Zoom scenery like a Microsoft window into a famous (and often famously private) life. An actress goes live on her laptop, and all of a sudden we’re recording a score of her stuff: the revealing headlines on the shelves. The casual Target atmosphere of the lamps. the wait-is-this-a-Picasso? on the wall.
But as far as we’re trying to guess the meaning of Hollywood salons (and Cameron Diaz’s seems to be airy and creamy, but the type of expensive cream that’s probably, like, ecru), I wonder if the big ‘telling’ isn’t the way a movie star showcases their space. This is how she reacts to yours.
That’s why I can say, with fewer bookings than you need for a booth at Taco Bell, that Cameron Diaz is Actually cooling. Charlie’s Angel doesn’t scowl at my crooked East Village apartment – instead, she asks about the locals bar across the street. She doesn’t stop when a lowrider cranks her bass up to eleven outside, because she knows busy women don’t get distracted by dudes showing off their hydraulics. And she looks amused, rather than concerned, that I’m wearing my Pendleton blanket like a sari … especially when I tell her it’s because I splashed a glass of her new Avaline Red on my T- shirt a few seconds before the interview, and that’s my quick fix.
“Ok, but do you like wine?” she smiles. “Because we are therefore open to comments. We = Cameron and Katherine Power, the Who what to wear entrepreneur (and – full disclosure –SHE alum) who co-founded Avaline earlier this year. “We often drank together,” says Cameron, “but once we started talking about what in wine, I got a little obsessed. Okay, very much obsessed. My goal for Avaline is to make good wine accessible to everyone – wine with minimal intervention; a wine in line with our values. I feel like you shouldn’t have to go to a specialty store. You should be able to go to the supermarket. “
And while Diaz stops before drinking his new vintage in the grocery store – “I can’t do this!” I have my face mask! »- she bends completely to calm down while doing the laundry. “I also drink it when I’m in the bath, when I’m cooking – I actually used Avaline Red in my beef stew recipe, and it worked. therefore good – and when my husband rubs my feet.
Which seems pretty idyllic, especially with a 9 month old girl (Raddix, Diaz’s daughter, born in December) gurgling. Does that mean the Oscar nominee wasn’t so scared of the hell house of 2020? “Oh no, I was in a panic,” she sighs. “I was like, ‘This is shit in here.’ And in fact, at the beginning [of quarantine]I drank a lot more. But alcohol cannot be a coping mechanism. In fact, we created Avaline to bring people together, because friends and family are part of the real coping mechanisms, right? You have to find this balance on your own. I mean, we know that a great bottle of wine is about getting together with your friends and sharing your stories, connecting, laughing, crying, even just on social media. this is obviously not my main goal, but I am learning!
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Ok, but “learning” can be modest. This summer, Diaz took a hard look at the #WineChallenge, a TikTok trend where two people share vino – ideally Avaline – while doing a Cirque du Soleil backbend to move the glass. Her video has over 14 million plays, as well as copious posts from stars like Dakota and Elle Fanning, who racked up over 500,000 comments for their (honestly impressive) performance. “We also sent Avaline to Beyoncé!” Diaz laughs. “I hope she understood it! I just want everyone to try it. When you do something, all you want to do is make other people feel as excited as you do, you know? “
It turns out that sentiment extends to over 50 films, including Shrek, New York gangs, and Bad teacher, which rose to number one in Netflix when it started streaming this summer. “I laugh every time I see him appear on our [Netflix] feed, ”she admits. It’s like, ‘Oh yeah, I used to make movies!’ When I first started acting I would hear this saying during production: “Celluloid lives forever”. It’s a little different now because everything is digital, but the fact that movies stay in people’s lives is still true. As for Bad teacher, Look, I’m glad everyone on Netflix liked it, but all I can think of is how well this movie is over ten years old now! Which is crazy for all of us.
I ask how Hollywood handles scenes with tons of wine and liquor, like when she famously recounts “Mr. Brightside ‘while holding a glass of red wine (but miraculously, without spilling it on her #cottagecore sweater) for Holidays. “It,” she squeaks, “was grape juice, and it was actually pretty terrible. I can make a green juice with pulp and fiber, and I can make a jammy and fruity wine, like Avaline, but I can not make sweet and sweet grape juice. And I had to drink it take after take. Taking pictures with the camera is easier because it is almost always water. Except when Leslie Mann and I were taking pictures in my closet for The other woman. It was tequila. She smiles into her laptop camera, we say goodbye to her, and as I sip my own glass of red wine, a thought comes to mind like a Slack message:
“Walk past George Clooney and Casamigos. Cameron and Avaline could pick you up next.
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