The actress last appeared in the 2014 musical Annie, co-starring Rose Byrne, Bobby Cannavale, Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhané Wallis. While she's one of the most popular (and highest-paid) movie stars in Hollywood, Cameron said two decades of non-stop travel from film set to film set was too much. "I just went, 'I can't really say who I am to myself.' Which is a hard thing to face up to," she said at the Goop Wellness Summit Saturday. "I felt the need to make myself whole."
So far, the actress has not announced any new projects for 2017.
Cameron appeared on a panel alongside Tory Burch, Miranda Kerr and Nicole Richie; Gwyneth Paltrow served as the moderator. Towards the end of the discussion (held in Culver City, Calif.), the Goop founder asked her famous friends about their relationships. "Cameron, you got married later," she said. "What was it that kept you from getting married until you were 40?"
"We women are objectified so much," she said. "Somehow my husband has just been able to kind of show me what it's like not to have that be a part of a relationship, and being an equal."
Cameron added that her husband of two years supports her in ways she never imagined possible. "I never experienced that before. I'd never been loved in that way," said the Other Woman actress, whose famous exes include Jared Leto, Alex Rodriguez and Justin Timberlake, to name a few. "I look at him every day and he inspires me—he works so hard. I feel so lucky."