Actor and Tenacious D frontman Jack Black has been acting in films for over two decades, but now he says he’s considering retirement at the still relatively young age of fifty.
Black, out doing promotion for the release of “Jumanji: The Next Level” opening this weekend, was asked about his future plans and revealed that early retirement is sounding very appealing.
He tells Balance he may only have one film and few other creative projects left so he can step away to spend more time with his family.
“Well, I’ve got another Tenacious D record that I’d like to make. Maybe one more movie. I’m kind of enjoying the idea of early retirement. Not so early. I’m 50. I’ve been saying for a long time that this is the last movie. We’ll see. I can’t really say what my next thing is because it’s too early; it’s a jinxer. I’ve got a couple of tricks up my sleeve. But not too many. I’m looking to wrap it up pretty soon. Ride off into the sunset.”
Black presently does not have any other movie projects listed on his profile, but goes on to say he might consider a TV series so he can “work the 9 to 5 and then get back home”. He also says he would put on “a Tenacious D concert the likes of which have never been seen” before he hangs up his guitar.