Comedian Jim Carrey said he was “serious enough” to retire after his latest film in an interview.
The actor, best known for starring in films such as Bruce Almighty, The Mask and How The Grinch Stole Christmas, said Dr Robotnik’s current retaliation for Sonic the Hedgehog 2 would probably be his last.
“Well, I’m retiring. Probably yes. “I’m pretty serious,” the 60-year-old told Access Hollywood.
“It depends. If the angels carry a script written in gold ink that tells me it will be very important for people to see it, I can go on, but I’m taking a break.”
He added: “I really like my quiet life and I really like to paint on canvas and I really love my spiritual life and I feel that – and this is something you may never hear another celebrity say as long as there is time – I have enough . I have done enough. I am enough.”
His answer was a question about the protagonist in a movie about the life of Dolly Parton, after the country singer said that she would like to play her former music partner Porter Wagner.
Carrey had previously taken long breaks from acting in major films. Before appearing in the first Sonic the Hedgehog movie in 2020, she had a four-year break from acting since appearing in Dark Crimes and the Bad Batch in 2016.
The news comes a week after Carrey said he was “sick” of the Oscars for Will Smith, who won the Best Actor award for King Richard, the same night that Smith hit host Chris Rock for making a funny. for alopecia areata Jada’s wife.
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