For Gary Oldman, out of the question to survey film sets until his last breath.

The actor is thinking very seriously about retiring, and it could happen quite soon: once he's done with the

Slow Horses

series .

"I've had an enviable career, but careers are withering away, and I have other things that interest me outside of acting," he told The

Sunday Times


“When you're young, you think you'll end up doing them all - like reading this book - and then the years pass.


two more seasons


Slow Horses

, an Apple TV + spy series whose second season arrives next month, Gary Oldman plays the role of Jackson Lamb, an alcoholic and neglected leader of an MI5 sub-service where agents end up in disgrace.

And as the star of

The Dark Knight

has already signed for two more seasons, he still has a little margin before making his decision.

However, to hear it, it's all thought out.

“I will be 65 next year and 70 soon.

I don't want to be active when I'm 80.

I would be very happy, honored and privileged to play the role of Jackson Lamb - and then hang up.

If Gary Oldman follows the talk with action, it shouldn't be missed in


, Christopher Nolan's next film, which may be his last appearance on the big screen.


Gary Oldman wants to play Winston Churchill on stage

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