Michael Caine might now not be retiring from acting after all

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Looks like his retirement report could have been premature

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According to new reports, Michael Caine may not be retiring from acting now.

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In an interview yesterday (October 15), Ken told BBC’s Simon Mayo that his role in the upcoming film best Sellers That would be his “final part”.

He said: “Curiously, it’s become my last part, actually… I haven’t worked out for two years and I have a spine problem that affects my legs so I’m not very well Can walk,” Kane told Mayo. .

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“And I also wrote a few books that were published and were successful, so I’m no longer an actor, I’m a writer.”

“The script isn’t really coming out with a leading man who’s 88 years old,” Cain said.

Michael Caine at the 55th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in August 2021Credit: Gabriel Kuchta / Getty Images

However now, according to wrap, Kane’s representatives have since clarified that he has not retired with Kane, simply implying that his days as a lead actor are behind him, not future roles.

Granthshala Ken’s representatives have been reached for comment.

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Kane was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 55th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic in August.

His breakthrough role came in 1964 Zulu; He then starred in dozens of hit films, including Italian Job, dirty rotten crooks, educating Rita, The Muppet Christmas Carol, Christopher Nolan NS dark night Trilogy and many more.

Kane has been nominated for an Oscar six times. He won his first Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1986 Hannah and her sisters and his second, also for Best Supporting Actor the Cider House Rules in 1999.

Kane has been nominated for an Academy Award every decade from 1960–2000, the only other actor to have received it, Jack Nicholson.

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