Hollywood heartthrob Brad Pitt has told an Australian chat show that he will retire from acting at the age of 50.
Asked how longer he would continue as an actor, he said: "Three years."
When Pitt was asked by the host of the show, "60 Minutes," what he would do after that, he replied: "Hell if I know!" "I've really enjoyed the produce-rial [sic] side and getting stories to the plate that may have had a harder time otherwise," he added.
The 47-year-old star also said happiness is overrated and being at peace was a more realistic aim. He said: "I think happiness is overrated. Sometimes you're happy, sometimes you're not. There's too much pressure to be happy."
"I don't give a s**t. I know I will be happy sometimes and I won't be at times. Being at peace is more of a goal for myself."
Pitt and Angelina Jolie were in Vietnam currently with their whole brood. Jolie said that they owed Pax (their eldest son) a visit to his homeland. They were previously in Tokyo for the premiere of Pitt's new movie "Moneyball."