Cameron Diaz is sharing the screen with a host of Hollywood’s leading men in her next several projects, but she appears to be bringing a consistent accessory to the set of her recent movies – her short shorts!
Cameron – and her lovely legs – were photographed walking through Heathrow Airport in London on Tuesday, alongside Colin Firth as the pair filmed a scene for their new big screen comedic caper, “Gambit.”
Along with her daisy dukes, Cameron also donned a studded belt, cowboy hat, boots, black tank top and long suede jacket. Yee-haw!
The film, which began shooting earlier this month, is a remake of the 1967 film starring Michael Caine and Shirley MacLaine. It follows a British thief (played by Caine, and now Firth) who comes up with a fool-proof plan to steal an expensive statue from one of the world’s richest men.
Cameron plays a lovely young woman roped into the heist by the thief because she resembles the tycoon’s late wife.
The Coen brothers – Joel and Ethan – penned the remake’s script.
However, fans won’t have to wait for “Gambit” to hit theaters to catch Cam and her gorgeous gams on the big screen.
The bombshell also rocks a pair of short shorts in a car wash scene for her upcoming release, “Bad Teacher,” co-starring Jason Segel and her real-life ex, Justin Timberlake.
The campus comedy is set for release on June 24. CLICK HERE for the trailer!
But when it comes to taking care of her famous legs, Cameron said it takes a lot of hard work.
“My major motivation is just to feel strong and be healthy and live the most active life that I can because that’s important to me,” Cameron recently told Access Hollywood at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, where she was promoting “Bad Teacher.”
“I do all kinds of exercises, everything from lifting weights to running,” she revealed. “I like to be active. I really feel health is really important and we have to take care of our bodies and it’s just something that I’ve been doing for a really long time.”
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