Doctor Robotnik may be the last feat of arms for the actor, who announced that he wanted to retire during an interview with Access Hollywood on the occasion of the promotion of Sonic 2. Jim Carrey confided to think ” in a serious way” to put his career on hold to devote himself in particular to painting: “I am retiring. I am serious. people see this, maybe I’ll continue, but for now, I’m giving myself a break. […] I like to live a quiet life, I like to paint, I like spirituality, and maybe you’ll never hear that from another celebrity, but I’ve had enough. I’ve done enough. That’s enough.” This is not the first time that the actor has announced his retirement. In 2014, he declared that he would retire from the sets after the release of the second part of Dumb and Dumber. In 2016, he was Returning to the limelight with the indie drama Dark Crimes and then Ana Lily Amir’s The Bad Batch the following year, Sonic was the first major franchise produced by a major in which the actor took part since Dumb and Dumber. “Hollywood is loose. It proved that we are no longer the ‘cool club’.” Retirement time may have come for good for the eternal sad clown.