- American actor and musician, Jack Black, is thinking of taking time off from making movies, but permanently
- Jack, well-known for his roles in Jumanji and School of Rock, wants to retire from acting
- However, his fans can still enjoy him as he plans to continue his work as a muso with his band Tenacious D
Jack Black, US actor and muso, is planning to step away from acting after 'maybe one more movie'.
The comedic actor, who has become a household name after films like School of Rock and Jumanji, says the latest film he worked on, Jumani: The Next Level, might be his last.
"I've been saying for a long time that this is the last movie. We'll see."
The 50-year-old hopes to spend more time with his wife and two boys, according to ladbible.
But Jack's fans who love his music will be happy to know he plans to make one more album with Tenacious D, and perhaps even tour the UK.
Briefly.co.za gathered that this isn't the first time that Jack has spoken about retiring. Last year, he was given a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame and announced that he was done.
This was met with boos from the crowd.
Whether or not the actor will really retire remains to be seen. For now, his fans can enjoy his silliness as Professor Sheldon "Shelly" Oberon in Jumani: The Next Level.
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