Jim Carrey is considering retiring from his decades-long acting and comedy career.
“Well, I’m retiring. Yeah maybe. I’m pretty serious,” Carrie, 60, Tell “Arrival“ Thursday after being asked about his thoughts on his desire for Dolly Parton in a movie.
“I feel – and this is something you might never hear another celebrity say for as long as there is time – I have had enough. I have done enough. I am enough.”
When host Kate Hoover pressed whether he was really serious, Carey explained that it would take something unusual to get him back in.
“It depends if the angels brought some kind of text written in gold ink, you know, which tells me it would be really important for people to see, I might keep going, but I’m taking a break that doubles.
The “Dumb & Dumber” star then expressed that he has another passion to pursue beyond show business.
“I really like my quiet life,” he said, “and I really like to put painting on canvas, and I really like my spiritual life.”
However, he notes that if Parton, 76, approaches him seriously about a role, he’ll hear it out.
“I’ve always talked to Dolly,” he said, calling the country music star “another worldly talent bigger than you can imagine.”
The actor’s latest movie, “Sonic the Hedgehog 2,” hits theaters April 8, and if he’s really serious, it could be his last.
Curry also took the opportunity to communicate an upcoming NFT project, coming in April, called Magic Hour. He described it as “a mixture of the graphic and the spoken word that delves into my existential musings.”
The comedian’s comments on retirement come days after that He criticized Hollywood for applauding Will Smith After the star of “King Richard” slap chris rock At the 2022 Oscars.
“Hollywood is just collectively weak, and I really feel like that’s a really clear indication that we’re not the great club anymore,” Gayle King said in an interview with “CBS This Morning” on Tuesday.
Carey added that He was going to sue Smith53, for $200 million if he wore the 57-year-old’s rocker shoes.
The “Mask” star further expressed that things do not have to become materialistic.
“If you want to shout out from the audience and disagree…or say something on Twitter or something else, [go ahead]’ he said. ‘You have no right to go up on stage and hit someone in the face because they said words.’
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