Jack Nicholson has retired from Hollywood after a 60 year long career, according to former co-star Peter Fonda.
The 79-year-old three-time Oscar-winner - who's made 66 movies and has a record-holding 12 Academy Award-nominations - has been enjoying the quieter life despite his long-held hell-raising reputation.
"I think he is basically retired," Fonda - who starred in Nicholson's Easy Rider in 1969 - told The Sun. "I don't want to speak for him but he has done a lot of work and he has done very well as a person financially.
"Sometimes people have a reason that you don't know, and it's not for me to ask. I don't call him up and say, 'Johnny,' I call him Johnny Hop, 'What are you doing?'
"I would say, 'How are you, how do you feel?'"
In 2013, the Shining star - whose last film to date is 2010's comedy drama How Do You Know - denied claims he had given up acting due to "memory loss", telling The Sun that he was "in good shape - a little stout, but healthy" and has "a mathematician's brain".
A few years later during an interview with US magazine Closer, he admitted that he was slowing down and lamented at being too old to hit on women publicly*.
"I'm definitely still wild at heart, but I've struck biogravity," he told the publication. "I can't hit on women in public anymore. I didn't decide this; it just doesn't feel right at my age."
*But he gave it a damn good go back in 2013...