Johannesburg, Feb. 14(ANI): American actor Jack Black, who was nominated for a Golden Globe twice, has recently dropped a hint that he may soon quit acting.
In an interview, the 46-year-old actor, who admitted that he had played wide variety of characters, said that he doesn’t feel there is much left for him to act and his next film will be probably his last, Channel.24.reports.
The `School of Rock` actor added, “One movie left, and then it’s goodnight everybody.”
Black, who endorsed Barack Obama’s re-election campaign in 2012, revealed he is totally bored of playing the same character over and over again and feels his career is coming to a close.
“You start going ‘Ok, I’ve already done that kind of thing, I’ve done the lovable loser, I’ll do another loveable loser, I’ll do this and that’ and then you say, ‘I don’t want to do another loveable loser’, just because I’m bored of it,” he added.
Black is known for his roles in the movies like ‘High Fidelity’ ‘Shallow Hal,’ ‘School of Rock’, ‘King Kong’, the ‘Kung Fu Panda’ films, ‘Bernie’ and ‘Goosebumps.'(ANI)