The 79-year-old Invictus director said: “I never know what’s the last one, but I’m at the age where they don’t write a lot of great roles for people and I’m happy at the back of the camera.
“I don’t have to wear a tie, nobody is coming in saying, ‘this won’t match’, and so, there are a lot of advantages.”
Clint added that he would continue directing and is currently working on his next film Hereafter.
He said: “It is a contemporary piece. It’s three different stories with people who have gone through some sort of stressful time and it’s about how they sort of converge together.
“Much like a lot of French movies have been in the past, where the stories kind of converge together, and destiny drives each person towards the other.
“I keep finding interesting stories, or they come to me, so I’ll keep making movies.”
However, he added to Seven magazine that people should not write him off the acting scene quite yet.
He joked: “I’m like Jaws 2. Just when you think it’s safe to go back in the water…” –– Breakingnews.