Not only could the film continue to bolster funny women in Hollywood (there are a good number of them that go under-appreciated, as far as I’m concerned), but it will likely do good things for Diaz.
New York magazine takes a closer look at Diaz’s movie career, saying that she’s a moneymaker in comedies. Moreover, publicists weigh in on her bankability.
“I love her so much, I’m not sure I can speak objectively. She comes across as warm, funny, charismatic — and she is, too. I still consider her a huge star; plus, she’s on the cover of Cosmo,” says one publicist.
Still, New York says her stock is a “weak hold.” Harsh.
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