Jim Carrey says he is “fairly serious” about retiring from acting, offering a new explanation Access Hollywood Interview that he “did enough.”
Carrie was on the show for the promotion Sonic the Hedgehog 2 When asked to respond to Dolly Parton’s recent comments where the country superstar said he wanted Carrie to star in a parton biopic of his former music partner Porter Wagner.
The news surprised Carrie. “Okay, that’s a nice thing,” he said, “but I’m retiring.” Asked if he was serious, Carrie said, “I’m getting pretty serious, yeah.” He said he could change his mind about retiring. “If the angels come up with some script in gold ink that tells me it’s going to be really important for people to see, I might go on the road but I’m taking a break.”
Carrie, who spends most of her time painting and creating art, said, “I really like my quiet life and I really like painting on canvas and I really love my spiritual life and I feel it, and it’s something that You can never listen to another celebrity say as long as there is time, I have enough. I have done enough. I have enough. “
Carey also talked about the recent celebrity-bag-filled commemorative celebration for her late friend Bob Seagate and loved ones. The whole house “It was a beautiful night,” Carrie said. “I’m not sure why everything needs to turn out to be Netflix exclusively. I think it’s a little weird. “
Producer Mike Binder recently said that the taped memory celebration has been sold to Netflix for an upcoming special.
See Carrie’s interview above.