Jim Carrey ‘quite serious’ about retiring from acting: ‘I’ve had enough’ – National
Canadian actor and comedian Jim Carrey has stated that he is “quite serious” about ending his acting career.
In an interview with Access Hollywood to promote the upcoming release of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 – where the actor is reprising his role as the villain Robotnik – Carrey, 60, said he plans to retire from the big screen.
“Well, I’m retiring,” Carrey said casually, adding that he was “quite serious” about it.
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When asked if he would reconsider certain opportunities, Carrey said “it depends”.
“If the angels bring in some kind of script written in gold ink and tell me it’s going to be really important for people to see, I can continue on the road, but I’m taking a break,” he said. speak.
The actor said he is satisfied with his off-screen life and really enjoys working on other art forms, including painting, which he has developed a passion for over the years.
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“I really enjoy my quiet life and I really enjoy painting on canvas and I really love my spiritual life and I feel that way – and this is something you probably never hear. Other famous people say as long as time lasts – I have enough. I have done enough. I am enough,” he said.
Carrey, who is known for her roles in hit movies like Dumb and Dumber, Bruce Almighty and Maskalso informed by Access Hollywood reporter that Dolly Parton allegedly asked Carrey to star in her biopic as “her musical partner, Paul Wagner.”
“I haven’t heard that yet,” Carrey said.
“I talk to Dolly all the time,” he added cheerfully, calling the country star an “otherworldly talent.”
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On Tuesday, Carrey also voiced criticism about Will Smith slapping Chris Rock on stage at the Oscars.
Carrey told CBS’ Gayle King that he was “sick” not only by Smith’s actions, but also by Hollywood celebrities, who still gave Smith a standing ovation for his Best Actor win. his best. King Richard.
“Hollywood has no backbone en masse and it feels like a really clear sign that we’re not a great club anymore,” Carrey said.
Carrey said that Smith should have been escorted from the site after the slap, going further he should have been arrested.
Latest Carrey’s Sonic The film franchise will be released on April 8, 2022.
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