Cameron Diaz Talks First Naked Scene in Sex Tape: "You See Everything"

Celebrity Body Jul. 1, 2014 AT 12:45PM
Cameron Diaz poses for the August 2014 issue of Esquire
Cameron Diaz poses for the August 2014 issue of Esquire Credit: Vincent Peters

Cameron Diaz has never looked better. At the age of 41, the veteran actress is going fully nude for the first time on film, stripping down for her new movie Sex Tape.

Diaz stars in the raunchy comedy with Jason Segel as a woman named Annie who, after her marriage hits a rut, records a sex tape with her husband Jay (Segel) in an effort to spice things up.

"It’s a first for me," Diaz told Esquire about the naked scene required by the comedy. She appears on the cover of the magazine's August issue, expanding the exposed theme as she poses in barely-there outfits for the publication. "But Jason gets naked, too."

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"It’s just a part of the role," she continued. "So I did it. I mean you see everything."

The "everything" that Diaz shows in the film is as toned as ever, as evidenced by her photo shoot with Esquire.

The blonde star stuns on Esquire's cover, her legs and arms on full display as she poses in a black one-shouldered leotard and a pair of gold heels.

Cameron Diaz poses for the August 2014 issue of Esquire
Cameron Diaz poses for the August 2014 issue of Esquire
Credit: Vincent Peters

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Inside the issue, which is on newsstands on July 8, Diaz looks gorgeous in a sexy photo shoot, taking pictures in a wet white collared shirt, exposing a pair of white underwear and offering a peek at a white bra.

"I like being 41," the funny woman told Esquire. "I love it. So much s--t just falls away. Fear, mostly."

"It’s the best age," Diaz added. "That’s when a woman knows how to work things, or she doesn’t care about that anymore. You just stop being afraid. You don’t worry about what men think. You just don’t worry that time registers anything awful."

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She went on to touch on her personal life, explaining why she has hit her 40s without starting a family. "It’s so much more work to have children," Diaz said. "To have lives besides your own that you are responsible for -- I didn’t take that on. That did make things easier for me. A baby -- that’s all day, every day for eighteen years."

"Not having a baby might really make things easier, but that doesn’t make it an easy decision," the actress explained. "I like protecting people, but I was never drawn to being a mother. I have it much easier than any of them. That’s just what it is. Doesn’t mean life isn’t sometimes hard. I’m just what I am. I work on what I am. Right now, I think, things are good for me. I’ve done a lot. And I don’t care anymore."

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