By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Weighty subject: Cameron Diaz told talkshow host Jimmy Kimmel about her huge appetite last night
At the age of 38 Cameron Diaz is still easily seeing off the younger competition.
With her incredibly toned and slim figure, the stunning actress revealed her slimming secrets last night on Jimmy Kimmel's talk show.
Looking tanned and gorgeous in a black minidress with a draped neckline, her tousled hair loose around her shoulders, Cameron told the bemused host: 'I eat a lot Jimmy, but I also exercise.'
Then the actress teasingly asked her host: 'Wait a minute, do you want me to write that down?'
Like the rest of us, Jimmy seemed doubtful that Cameron's model figure was the result of a large appetite.
'I find that hard to believe', he told her, pointing at his own somewhat rotund body. 'Because I eat a lot and this is what happens.'
Talking about her exercise routine, she jokingly compared her love for playing golf to 'crack cocaine.'
When Jimmy learned that she had not yet met notorious golf star Tiger Woods, he said: 'Good - be very careful.'
Lady in red: Cameron Diaz looked lean and toned in her asymmetrical Azzaro dress as she attended the premiere of the Green Hornet in Hollywood last night
Cameron, still tanned from her New Year's holiday to Mexico with baseball star boyfriend Alex Rodriguez, also attended the premiere of new movie The Green Hornet last night.
She posed for the cameras as she walked into Grauman's Chinese theatre and showed off a very trim figure which looked toned and lean in her fitted red Azzaro dress.
She demanded the flashbulbs' attention in the asymmetrical dress and nude Casadei shoes as she joined her co-stars for the screening.
The Green Hornet is a superhero film, based on the fictional character created by American writer Fran Striker for radio in the 1930s.
Work it! Cameron strikes a sexy pose in front of the poster for the film
Written by and starring Seth Rogen, the Knocked Up star plays Britt Reid, the son of wealthy newspaper publisher James Reid - played by Tom Wilkinson - who inherits his father's media empire when he dies.
He teams up with his father's assistant Kato, played by Jay Chou, to become a masked crime fighting team.
With some extra help from new secretary Lenore Case, played by Cameron, he battles Russian criminal Benjamin Chudnofsky, played by Christoph Waltz, who controls the city's criminal underworld.
Star of the show: Seth Rogen, who wrote the screenplay and plays the Green Hornet, poses with co-star Diaz and his fiancée Lauren Miller
Superhero: Seth poses next to the Green Hornet's souped-up car The Black Beauty at the premiere
And most of the cast were in attendance last night, including Taiwan-born Chou, 31, and Edward Furlong, 33, who is better known for his role as John Connor in Terminator 2.
Then 14, he is now 33 and looked all grown up as he smiled for the cameras at the premiere of the film, in which he plays Tupper, one of Chudnofsky's minions.
The film is released on Friday in the US and UK and is available in 3D after having its release date pushed back from the original date of July 9 last year.
Fighting bad guys: Seth in a scene from the film which is out this Friday
And Rogen said he found the action scenes quite tough to film.
He said: 'We tried to use as few visual effects as possible. So there's a lot of cars crashing through buildings and explosions and stuff, and I just had to try to not look as terrified as I was for the most part.
'In the action scenes, what you have to be most conscious of is not getting blown up or run over by a car. It can be dangerous.'
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