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Daniel Day-Lewis Shocks Many After Revealing His Plan To Retire

Daniel Day-Lewis, an actor that was lucky to win the Oscars three times according to sources, has expressed his desire to retire from his acting career that span about four decades. As a matter of fact, he is widely renowned as one of the preeminent actors of his generation.

The 60-year-old star over the years has acted in a wide range of roles. He has played presidents, gang leaders and writers. According to Variety.com, the top actor has one final film awaiting release. It happens to be an untitled drama set in the world of high fashion.

By December 25, 2017 it might be hitting theatres .It will reunite him with Paul Thomas Anderson, the director behind the production of “There Will Be Blood” which made Day-Lewis the best actor in the 2007 Oscars. Day-Lewis recently made a statement indicating that he was going to do all within his means to help promote the movie.

His enormous fan-base has been asking a lot of questions .They need to know the exact reason behind the actor choosing to what to them is an early retirement. Leslee Dart, who happens to be the spokeswoman of the celebrity while faced by a number of top journalists said: “Daniel Day-Lewis will no longer be working as an actor. He is immensely grateful to all of his collaborators and audiences over the many years. This is a private decision and neither he nor his representatives will make any further comment on this subject. ”

The celebrated actor happens to be the only performer to have clinched the best actor Oscars. He has received a lot of praise for his shape-shifting acting versatility which is not an easy thing for a lot of actors. He will go down the records as one of the few actors that would go to extreme lengths to play out his roles. In numerous circumstances he could remain in character off-screen.

Throughout his acting career he has been in great demand. However, it is important to point out that he was also known to be rather selective and he would take long in between projects.