Cameron Diaz Comes Out Of Retirement To Kick Your Ass In Virtual Brawl
Written by Huffingtonpost on May 3, 2020
Years into her quasi-retirement from the display screen, Cameron Diaz has made her long-awaited return to appearing to punch us all collectively within the face ― and, truthfully, at this level we’ll take it.
Overlook that latest “Charlie’s Angels” reboot ― sincerest apologies to the KStew hive ― as a result of two out of three stars of the famed motion trio have united alongside a bunch of A-list actors and stuntwomen for the hashtag #BossBitchChallenge.
That includes the skills of Diaz, her onetime co-star Drew Barrymore, Rosario Dawson, Margot Robbie, Scarlet Johansson, Rosie Perez, Florence Pugh, Halle Berry, Lucy Lawless, Zoe Saldana and plenty of extra, the video is the principally essentially the most formidable crossover occasion of lockdown.
Proving that celebrities can truly produce some good content material in isolation, the supreme stuntwoman of our instances, Zoe Bell, organized the all-out and all-female brawl on your viewing pleasure.
The “Loss of life Proof” star kicks off the digital battle with an all-too-relatable sentiment: “I’m so bored! I simply wish to play with my mates!”
Then, in fast succession, every of the ladies punch, elbow and kick one another by way of the display screen with assist from some more and more inventive props due to the magic of video and sound modifying.
Our favourite second? Pugh hesitating breaking some valuable quarantine wine over somebody’s head and opting as an alternative for a doggie chew toy.
The video arrives after college students from a French college devoted to educating stuntwork shared a viral clip of themselves buying and selling blows similarly that’s since racked up hundreds of thousands of views.
“A lot enjoyable to take part in @therealzoebell’s #BossBitchFightChallenge,” Diaz wrote over the weekend in a uncommon Instagram publish alongside the video. “Enjoyable strategy to battle boredom with some badass babes!”
Barrymore added that she was #proudtobewithalltheladies in a separate publish.
And talking of “Charlie’s Angels,” there’s one motion icon that was inexcusably not featured within the clip.
Lucy Liu, please contact your agent instantly.
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