“I’m retiring, I guess. Yes, most likely. I’m trying to be serious here “Jim Carrey said
New Delhi: Following Bruce Willis’ announcement that he is retiring from acting due to his sickness, Jim Carrey revealed in an interview that he too intends to do so. Jim Carrey explained to Access Hollywood during an interview, “I’m retiring, I guess. Yes, most likely. I’m trying to be serious. I might continue on the path, but I’m taking a break if the angels send me a script written in gold ink and telling me that it will be very significant for everyone to see.”
Jim Carrey said, “I feel like I have enough. This is something you probably won’t hear another famous person say for as long as time exists. I truly like my calm existence. I like painting on canvas. That’s all I can do. I am sufficient.”
Furthermore, he will “Jim Carrey declared, “I’m going to continue to be in the world, regardless of what happens. Unbeknownst to us, we have a greater impact than we realize. To have an impact on the world, we don’t need to be multi-hyphenates.”
Here is a link to the interview:
Bruce Almighty, The Cable Guy, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, Liar, The Truman Show, and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind are just a few of Jim Carrey’s well-known films. He received Golden Globe nominations for both Men on the Moon and The Truman Show. He has never received an Oscar.
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