When Jim Carrey says, “I think I’ve done enough,” he means that.
Jim Carrey, who has been an actor and a comedian for decades, is thinking about giving up.
Oh, I’m going to retire. Yes, I think so. Carrey, 60, told Access on Thursday that he thought Dolly Parton wanted him to make a movie with her.
“I think I have enough. This is something you might not hear another celebrity say as long as time is around. I feel like I have enough.” I’ve done enough now. “I’m enough,” he said.
When host Kit Hoover asked if he was serious, Carrey said that it would be very hard to get him back.
Angels might bring a script written in gold ink that says to me that this is going to be important for people to see, and if they do, he might keep going, but he’s taking a break.
The “Dumb & Dumber” star then said that he has other things he likes to do that aren’t related to show business.
“I love my quiet life, and I love painting on canvas, and I love my spiritual life,” he told the class.
However, he said that if Parton, 76, was really interested in working with him, he would listen to what she had to say about it.
Asked how he would talk to Dolly, he said, calling the country music star “another worldly talent that is just bigger than you can imagine.”
His new movie, “Sonic the Hedgehog 2,” comes out on April 8, and if he’s really telling the truth, it could be his last.
When Carrey was talking, he also talked about his upcoming NFT project called Magic Hour, which will be out in April. When he talked about it, he said it was a mix of painting and spoken word that went into his “existential thoughts.”
A few days ago, the comedian said that Hollywood should not have celebrated Will Smith after the “King Richard” star slapped Chris Rock at the 2022 Academy Awards.
Gayle King asked him about it on “CBS This Morning” Tuesday. “Hollywood is just spineless, and it really felt like this is a very clear sign that we are no longer the cool club,” he said.
Carrey said he would have sued Smith, 53, for $200 million if he had been 57-year-old Rock.
“Mask” star: Things should never have been physical.
“If you want to yell from the audience and say you don’t like it, or say something on Twitter or something else, you can.” Do not go on stage and smack someone because they said words.