Cameron Diaz sparked rumors that she will be retiring from acting. The actress said that she will most likely not pursue new acting gigs in the coming months and years.

While speaking with InStyle, “The Mask” star also said that she doesn’t miss performing. After all, she has appeared in a slew of movies, and she feels fulfilled with everything that she has already done.

“The way I look at it is that I've given more than half of my life to the public,” she said. “I feel it's OK for me to take time for myself now to reorganize,” she added.

At present, Diaz is more into the “landscape of wellness.” But the “Charlie’s Angels” star also said that whatever she does in the near future has to be something that resonates with what she’s really passionate about. This way, she wouldn’t have a hard time pursuing it.

She also said that she has a lot of things lined up at the moment. However, it’s still very early to reveal what they are.

Diaz was last seen on the big screen in 2014, after she was cast in “Annie” as Miss Hannigan. Prior to this, the actress also starred in “Knight And Day,” “What Happens In Vegas,” “The Holiday,” “In Her Shoes,” “The Sweetest Thing,” “The Other Woman,” “There’s Something About Mary” and more.

During Diaz’s interview with the same publication, the actress also weighed in on her relationship with Benji Madden. “Getting married to him was the best thing that ever happened to me,” she gushed.

“My husband’s the best. He’s the greatest human being, and he’s my great partner. Marriage is certainly hard, and it’s a lot of work. You need somebody who’s willing to do the work with you because there’s no 60-40 in marriage. It’s 50-50, period. All the time. I don’t know if I was ready [when I got married], but I knew Benji was special. He’s just a good man. There’s no [expletive]. It’s really refreshing. I’m really grateful for him,” she continued.

The couple tied the knot on Jan. 5, 2015.

Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden got married in Beverly Hills. THEO WARGO/GETTY IMAGES (LEFT), CAROLINE MCCREDIE/GETTY IMAGES (RIGHT)