A lot can change in a decade. Join Wonderwall.com as we check up on the biggest celebrities of 2010 to find out what they're up to today… starting with Golden Globe-nominated actress Cameron Diaz. In addition to voicing Princess Fiona in "Shrek Forever After," Cameron was back on the big screen in 2010 in the action-adventure comedy "Knight and Day" alongside Tom Cruise. Cameron also spent much of 2010 with her on-off beau, Yankees player Alex Rodriguez. Keep reading to find out what Cameron and more big stars of 2010 are doing today…
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One day Cameron Diaz was in all the movies then suddenly, she wasn't. The blonde beauty, who'd broken up with Alex Rodriguez by mid-2011, continued making films but only early in the decade — like "The Green Hornet," "Bad Teacher," "What to Expect When You're Expecting," "Gambit," "The Counsellor," "The Other Woman," "The Sex Tape" and her final movie, 2014's "Annie." Along the way, Cameron also published her first of two books, "The Body Book: The Law of Hunger, the Science of Strength, and Other Ways to Love Your Amazing Body," which shot to No. 1 on The New York Times bestsellers' list. A year after she stopped making movies, Cameron became a wife, marrying musician boyfriend Benji Madden in a small ceremony in early 2015. Since then, Cameron's published another book, "The Longevity Book: The Science of Aging, the Biology of Strength, and the Privilege of Time," and seems to be enjoying her life outside of the spotlight, spending time with friends and her husband. While we hoped she might come back to Hollywood, it seems that Cameron's content being a retired movie star.
In 2010, Taylor Lautner was on top of the world. His third "Twilight" movie arrived in theaters following his appearance in the star-studded romantic drama "Valentine's Day," which also came out in 2010. The buff 18-year-old star had also reportedly struck up a relationship with actress Lily Collins.
Ongoing superstardom just wasn't in the cards for Taylor Lautner. Before the "Twilight" franchise wrapped up in 2012, Taylor headlined the flop "Abduction," which performed so poorly at the box office that it didn't even make up its production costs. Taylor waited three years to try again, this time taking the lead in the 2015 crime drama "Tracers." Unfortunately, that film ended up being another disappointment. Taylor landed a few more films including "The Ridiculous Six" and "Run the Tide" as well as two TV shows — "Scream Queens" and "Cuckoo" — but hasn't appeared in anything since 2018. In the meantime, he looks to be happy and in love with his girlfriend, nursing student Taylor Dome (seen here).
2010 was a big year for Australian actress Mia Wasikowska. The "In Treatment" and "Amelia" star appeared in her biggest film role to date — Alice in the Tim Burton remake of "Alice in Wonderland" — and acted in the family drama "The Kids Are All Right." By year's end, the 21-year-old actress was widely considered one of Hollywood's hottest young stars.
Her pixie cut might be gone, but Mia Wasikowska is still a recognizable force in Hollywood today. Since 2010, the Australian actress has starred in 17 more films including "Jane Eyre," "Stoker," "Crimson Peak" and the 2016 sequel "Alice Through the Looking Glass." In 2013 — the same year Mia made her writing and directorial debut with "The Turning" — she reportedly struck up a two-year romantic relationship with her "The Double" co-star Jesse Eisenberg, although neither ever confirmed they were dating. In 2019, Mia starred in the crime dramedy "Judy & Punch" as well as the family drama "Blackbird." She's already got two films scheduled for 2020: "The Devil All the Time" and "Bergman Island."
In 2010, Topher Grace was still riding high on his post-"That '70s Show" fame as well as his 2007 role as Venom in "Spider-Man 3." After appearing in two films at the turn of the decade, "Predators" and "Valentine's Day," Topher's career was on track.
Just a year later, Topher Grace made his writing debut with "Take Me Home Tonight" — a romantic dramedy he also starred in and produced. More films followed in 2011, including "The Double" with Richard Gere and the made-for-TV movie "Too Big To Fail." The next year, Topher made his off-Broadway debut in a stage production of "Lonely, I'm Not." He also appeared in the film "The Giant Mechanical Man" and in the TV/social media miniseries "The Beauty Inside." Since then, we've seen Topher in a variety of movies including "The Big Wedding," "The Calling," "Interstellar," "War Machine," "BlacKkKlansman" and "Mississippi Requiem." In 2019, Topher starred in the biographical drama "Breakthrough" and in the miniseries "The Hot Zone." He also made an appearance on an episode of the Netflix sci-fi drama series "Black Mirror." Up next, Topher will star in the 2020 dramedy "Irresistible" and on the comedy series "Treasure Squad." Topher's been married to actress Ashley Hinshaw, with whom he has a daughter, since 2016.
"Friday Night Lights" actress Minka Kelly was entering a new era of her career in 2010 after leaving the hit show a year earlier. She made an appearance on the hit series "Entourage," landed a recurring role on the family drama series "Parenthood" and acted in the comedic made-for-TV movie "True Love." At the time, she was also in a serious romantic relationship with baseball star Derek Jeter.
Over the last decade, Minka Kelly has continued to work regularly, appearing on shows like the short-lived "Charlie's Angels" reboot, "Almost Human," "The Path" and "Jane the Virgin" and in films such as "Searching for Sonny," "The Roommate," "Lee Daniels' The Butler," "The World Made Straight" and "Night Hunter." In 2019, she appeared on two hilarious episodes of "Drunk History" and also reprised her role as Dawn Granger on the superhero series "Titans." Next up, we'll see Minka on the big screen in the 2020 dramedy "She's in Portland." After dating Derek Jeter, she briefly got back together with ex Chris Evans and over the next several years was romantically linked to Jake Gyllenhaal, Sean Penn, Josh Radnor and, most recently, Jesse Williams.
2010 was the year Travie McCoy stepped out of the shadow of his band, Gym Class Heroes, to launch his solo career. After releasing his debut solo album, "Lazarus," that June, Travie — whose romance with Katy Perry had ended for good in late 2008 — was back on the charts thanks to his hit single "Billionaire" featuring Bruno Mars.
Despite the success of his single "Billionaire" Travie McCoy's debut solo album, "Lazarus," suffered lackluster sales and only managed to reach No. 25 on the Billboard 200. Instead of fading into oblivion, Travie returned to the studio and recorded a fifth studio album with Gym Class Heroes, "The Papercut Chronicles II," which debuted in November 2011. The band's album managed to peak at No. 10 on the U.S. rap charts, but, like Travie's solo endeavor, it didn't really sell. Since then, Travie — who's been open about his painkiller and heroin addictions — has gotten sober and released several non-album singles. He also rejoined Gym Class Heroes in 2018 and 2019 for several live performances around the U.S.
Thanks to the overwhelming popularity of the musical high school dramedy "Glee," actress and former Broadway star Lea Michele was enjoying one of her most successful years in Hollywood in 2010. In addition to celebrating her first Emmy nomination (for outstanding lead actress in a comedy series), Lea also had a new love to celebrate as she dated Broadway actor Theo Stockman.
The last decade has been a roller coaster for Lea Michele. The actress, who remained on "Glee" until it wrapped in 2015, entered into a happy and highly publicized relationship with co-star Cory Monteith in 2012 — a year after ending things with Theo Stockman. In 2013, tragedy struck when Cory died from an accidental overdose after using heroin while drinking alcohol. Devastated Lea continued on, publishing her first book, "Brunette Ambition," and releasing her debut album, "Louder," a year later in 2014. The album reached No. 4 in the U.S., Australia and Canada and received generally positive reviews for Lea's vocal performance. When "Glee" ended, Lea found a new TV home on the horror-comedy series "Scream Queens" before its cancellation in 2016. The following year, Lea released sophomore album "Places" and landed a recurring role on the comedy series "The Mayor." 2019's proven to be one of the biggest years yet in Lea's life. She married businessman Zandy Reich, released her third studio and first holiday album, "Christmas in the City," and starred in the made-for-TV holiday movie "Same Time, Next Christmas." In 2020, Lea will host her own daytime talk show, "Well, Well, Well with Lea Michele."
Former "Rent," "Gemini Division" and "Seven Pounds" star Rosario Dawson was in two hit movies in 2010. She played Persephone, the goddess of grain and the underworld, in the fantasy action-adventure film "Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief" and appeared in the action thriller "Unstoppable" alongside Denzel Washington and Chris Pine. Rosario was also reportedly engaged to her then-love, DJ Mathieu Schreyer.
By 2011, Rosario Dawson had four new movies and one less romance on her plate after she and Mathieu Schreyer called off their relationship. The actress continued to light up the big screen, starring in films like "Hotel Noir," "Gimme Shelter," "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," "Top Five" and "Unforgettable." By 2015, Rosario had landed the role of Claire Temple on the Marvel TV series "Daredevil," a character who crossed over to other shows including "Iron Fist," "Luke Cage" and "The Defenders." In 2018, Rosario also joined the cast of the dramedy series "Jane the Virgin" and lent her voice to Daria on two episodes of the animated series "Elena of Avalor." 2019's been just as busy for the actress: She starred in the films "Zombieland: Double Tap" and "Jay and Silent Bob Reboot" while also lending her voice to the animated series "The Last Kids on Earth." Rosario — who adopted a 12-year-old girl in 2014 — also landed a starring role on the new mystery-crime series "Briarpatch." On a more personal note, Rosario found love again: Following a romance early in the decade with filmmaker Danny Boyle, she dated comedian Eric Andre in 2016 and 2017 before moving on with New Jersey Senator Cory Booker (seen here) in 2018.
Everyone was talking about Matthew Fox in 2010 thanks to his hit series "Lost," which came to a controversial end that same year. The Golden Globe-nominated actor, who'd just appeared in the films "Vantage Point" and "Speed Racer" in 2008, was enjoying renewed fame and the freedom to explore new possibilities following the show's end.
After saying goodbye to "Lost," Matthew Fox took a two-year sabbatical from Hollywood before returning in the 2012 historical drama "Emperor." That same year, he acted in the crime thriller "Alex Cross," which flopped at the box office. Undeterred, Matthew was back in theaters in 2013 with the sci-fi action film "World War Z," which he followed with two films in 2015: "Extinction" and "Bone Tomahawk." Since then, we haven't seen Matthew — who's been married to Margherita Ronchi since 1992 — on the big or small screens, leading some to believe he's retired from acting for good.
Another "Lost" star on everyone's radar in 2010 was Golden Globe-nominated Canadian actress Evangeline Lilly. Like co-star Matthew Fox, Evangeline — who played reformed criminal Kate on the series — also appeared in several films, including "The Hurt Locker" and "Afterwards," before "Lost" came to an end, opening the door for future film roles.
Unlike Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly managed to spread her wings and fly once "Lost" came to an end. She landed roles in popular films like "Real Steel," "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" and its sequel "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies," and played Hope Van Dyne/Wasp in "Ant-Man," "Ant-Man and the Wasp" and "Avengers: Endgame." She also became a published author with the 2014 release of her children's book series "The Squickerwonkers." Evangeline — who in 2019 shared a selfie of her freshly shaven head on Instagram (seen here) — has a busy schedule ahead. Along with starring in the 2020 thriller "Dreamland," she's returning to the small screen for the TV miniseries "Albedo." She also has two other films in the works: "Till Death" and "Happy Life." Evangeline's been in a committed relationship with Norman Kali — a production assistant she met while making "Lost" in Hawaii — since 2010. They welcomed sons in 2011 and 2015.
Jon Stewart was enjoying his 11th year as the host of the popular comedy satire series "The Daily Show" in 2010. That same year, Jon earned yet another Emmy for his show and appeared on numerous other series and specials including "The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear" — which he also wrote. Jon continued to work as the series creator and writer for another popular program, "The Colbert Report," and produced the documentary "The Naturalized." Between it all, Jon had the love of his wife, Tracey McShane, and their two kids to keep him grounded.
Jon Stewart remained a force in the world of political satire until he retired from "The Daily Show" in 2015, choosing South African comedian Trevor Noah to take his place. A year prior, Jon also ended his tenure as a the head writer of "The Colbert Report," although he continued writing and producing other shows, films and specials, including the 2014 drama he both wrote and directed, "Rosewater." In 2015, Jon launched a new series, "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore" — on which he served as a writer, creator and producer. Unfortunately, unlike his previous projects, "The Nightly Show" came to an end after just two seasons. Since then, Jon's produced the documentary "After Spring" and TV specials like "Stephen Colbert's Live Election Night Democracy's Series Finale: Who's Going to Clean Up This Sh–?" and "Night of Too Many Stars." Jon's also made numerous film and TV show appearances as himself over the years, including in the 2011 movie "The Adjustment Bureau" and 2016's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." In 2019, Jon made national news when he gave emotionally charged testimony before Congress on behalf of Sept. 11 first responders, demanding politicians pass the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. In 2020, the comedy-drama film "Irresistible" — which Jon wrote, produced and directed — arrives in theaters. He's still happily married to Tracey McShane.
Although she'd been fired from the "Transformers" franchise a year before, screen siren Megan Fox had no trouble landing new film roles in 2010. In addition to starring in the action-fantasy film "Jonah Hex" that year, Megan also appeared in the fantasy-romance movie "Passion Play" and made an appearance in Eminem and Rihanna's "Love the Way You Life" music video. 2010 was also the year Megan married actor Brian Austin Green.
The last decade hasn't been smooth sailing for Megan Fox. She continued to land roles in films like "Friends with Kids," "The Dictator," "This is 40" and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" and its sequel but, perhaps due to her earlier feud with "Transformers" director Michael Bay, she failed to achieve the same level of success she'd enjoyed while a part of the franchise. In 2012 and 2014, Megan and husband Brian Austin Green welcomed their first two sons, but their marriage suffered numerous ups and downs and in 2015, Megan filed for divorce. Not long later, she revealed she was expecting her third child with Brian and the two reconciled ahead of the baby boy's birth in 2016. Later that year, Megan appeared on several episodes of "New Girl." In 2018, she attempted to expand her portfolio, writing, producing and hosting the short-lived Travel Channel series "Legends of the Lost with Megan Fox," which was canceled after just one season. Things have picked up in 2019 with Megan appearing in three films including "The Battle of Jangsari." In 2020, Megan will star in "Big Gold Brick" and lend her voice to the animated movie "Navy Legend of the Golden Dolphin." She's also set to star in the upcoming family comedy "Think Like a Dog."