Long before there was Airbnb, there was www.homeexchange.com, the site American Amanda (Cameron Diaz) and Brit Iris (Kate Winslet) used to swap houses for Christmas. Two adorable romances, some cute kids, cameos by Dustin Hoffman and Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf and an evil ex later, and you've got one of our favorite Xmas films of all time — "The Holiday." In honor of the movie's 10th anniversary on Dec. 8, 2016, we're taking a look at what its stars have been up to since filming the festive flick!
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Kate Winslet played Iris, a newspaper writer in love with the wrong man. To get away from it all, she opted to spent the holidays in Los Angeles.
"The Holiday" was Kate Winslet's biggest commercial success since starring in "Titanic." The next year, she had two major critical successes when she teamed up with her "Titanic" co-star Leonardo DiCaprio to star in the film "Revolutionary Road," which earned her a Golden Globe for Best Actress. She also starred in "The Reader," which netted her another Golden Globe that same year for Best Supporting Actress and an Academy Award for Best Actress, making her the third actress ever to win both trophies in the same year. Since filming "The Holiday," Kate has conquered the television world as well. In 2011, she starred on HBO's "Mildred Pierce," which earned her not only an Emmy but another Golden Globe. She's primarily worked in film ever since. She earned her 10th Golden Globe nomination for her work in 2013's "Labor Day," and in 2015, she picked up her seventh Academy Award nomination for her performance in "Steve Jobs" (for which she also won another Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress). In her personal life, Kate — a mom to daughter Mia with first husband Jim Threapleton — was married to Sam Mendes when "The Holiday" was released (they have a son, Joe Alfie Winslet Mendes), though they divorced in 2011. The actress wed Ned Rocknroll (a nephew of Virgin mogul Richard Branson) in 2012 and welcomed her third child, son Bear Blaze Winslet, with Ned in 2013. Next up for Kate? 2016's "Collateral Beauty" opposite Will Smith and Keira Knightley.
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Jude Law played Iris' brother Graham in the romantic comedy. He stopped by her place only to find she'd swapped homes with Amanda, a movie trailer maker from Los Angeles, and ends up falling in love with her.
Jude Law enjoyed a successful career in Hollywood long after playing Graham in "The Holiday." The British hunk took on the role of sidekick Dr. Watson in Guy Ritchie's 2009 adaptation of "Sherlock Holmes" as well as its 2011 sequel. That same year, he ended up re-teaming with his "The Holiday" co-star Kate Winslet as part of a massive ensemble cast in the thriller "Contagion." Then he tried his hand at comedy in 2015's "Spy" with Melissa McCarthy. Most recently, Jude took on the role of Lenny Belardo in HBO's "The Young Pope." Not only has his career grown since "The Holiday," but his family has as well. Jude has three children with his first wife, Sadie Frost — Rafferty, Iris and Rudy. He welcomed daughter Sophia with American model Samantha Burke in 2009, and also had a child with former girlfriend Catherine Harding — a daughter named Ada — in March 2015.
Cameron Diaz played Amanda, who, after finding out her live-in boyfriend was cheating, decided to get away from men and hibernate in a cottage in the English countryside over the holidays. She just doesn't know that the woman whose home she's living in happens to have a very handsome brother.
After playing Amanda in "The Holiday," Cameron Diaz continued to star in many films. She voiced Princess Fiona in "Shrek the Third" in 2007 and "Shrek Ever After" in 2010 and showed off her comedy chops in 2011's "Bad Teacher" and 2012's "What To Expect When You're Expecting." Her last film role was starring as Miss Hannigan in the 2014 box-office flop "Annie." In 2016, she released her second book, "The Longevity Book: The Science of Aging, the Biology of Strength, and the Privilege of Time." In her personal life, Cameron tied the knot for the first time in January 2015: She married Good Charlotte rocker Benji Madden after only seven months of dating.
Jack Black played Miles, a film composer with a heart of gold who befriends Iris in Los Angeles.
"The Holiday" provided Jack Black with an opportunity to play a romantic leading man, but he soon returned to his comedic roots. He starred in 2008's "Tropic Thunder" and voiced a role in the animated franchise "Kung Fu Panda" starting that same year. But it wouldn't be the last time he lent his talents to a children's movie, as Jack also starred in 2015's "Goosebumps" and next up will be starring in the 2017 remake of "Jumanji." Outside of work, Jack is still happily married to his wife of 10 years, Tanya Haden, with whom he shares sons Samuel and Thomas.
Eli Wallach played Arthur, the famous screenwriter with whom Iris strikes up an adorable friendship during her stay in Los Angeles.
Eli Wallach had an esteemed career in Hollywood long before appearing as the lovable Arthur in "The Holiday." He rose to fame in the '40s, starting on Broadway, before transitioning to film in the late '50s in "Baby Doll." But it was his portrayal of Mr. Freeze on the "Batman" television show in the '60s that he's said garnered him the most fan mail. While filming "The Holiday" in 2006, he celebrated his 90th birthday. He continued to work throughout his 90s and even received an honorary Academy Award in 2010. His final role was in "The Train," which shot in early 2014. He died that June and was survived by his wife, Anne Jackson — who passed away in April 2016 — and their children, Peter, Roberta and Katherine Wallach.
Edward Burns played Ethan, Amanda's live-in boyfriend whose cheating drove her to list her home on www.homeexchange.com and head to England.
After playing aloof Ethan, Edward Burns starred in the 2008 romantic comedy "27 Dresses" with Katherine Heigl and sporadically played himself on the HBO series "Entourage" from 2006 until 2009. He had roles in 2011's "Friends With Kids" and 2012's "Man on a Ledge" and most recently starred as Terry Muldoon on the television show "Public Morals." Offscreen, Edward has been married to model Christy Turlington since 2003. They have two kids, daughter Grace and son Finn.
Rufus Sewell played Jasper, Iris' former fling who kept her trapped in their toxic relationship.
Rufus Sewell followed up "The Holiday" with "Downloading Nancy" opposite Maria Bello in 2008. That same year, he portrayed Alexander Hamilton in the television miniseries "John Adams." He played Adam in "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" in 2012, and since 2015 has been starring as Obergruppenführer John Smith on the Amazon series "The Man in the High Castle." Rufus has been married twice, with his last marriage to producer Amy Gardner ending in 2006, two years after they welcomed a son, William Douglas Sewell. He also has a daughter from another relationship.