Actress Cameron Diaz attends the premiere of Twentieth Century Fox's "The Other Woman" at Regency Village Theatre on April 21, 2014 in Westwood, California. Kevin Winter/Getty Images/AFP
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"The Other Woman" is a somewhat rare species in today's film fauna -- a comedy by women, about women and for women.But not just for women, star Cameron Diaz said, even though the film is a tale of three women who band together to take revenge on the cheating cad and reduce him to a whimpering mess.The film from Fox, which opens on Friday in U.S. and Canadian theaters, follows in the footsteps of female-driven comedies "Bridesmaids" in 2011 and "The Heat," which was the top-grossing comic film in 2013 ."The Other Woman" is expected to bring in $18 million at the box office in its first weekend, according to Boxoffice.com, less than "Bridesmaids" with $26 million and "The Heat" with $39 million, although those films opened in the busier movie-going months of May and June, respectively.In a movie landscape largely populated by action heroes and animated figures, particularly in the busy summer season, Diaz said she thinks Hollywood is waking up to comedy driven by women.
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