Australian's golden girl Cate Blanchett boasts an acting career spanning over three decades, but her time in front of the cameras may come to an end sooner than you'd expect for the 53-year-old.
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Blanchett has been tipped for an Oscar for her latest performance in the upcoming psychological drama Tár, but when speaking to The Sunday Project, Cate implied that she she may bow out of the acting world due to the emotional and physical strain the role inflicted.
The two-time Academy Award winner explained that playing the fictional world-famous pianist Lydia Tár has had a lasting impact on her, saying, "I think it was because it was such a physical role, the echoes of it are still with me and I think I'm like a lot of audience members, I need time to process it.
"So I don't ever want to work again …" she added, laughing.
The actress has hinted that she could be retiring to Australia sooner rather than later...
But when interviewee and The Project panellist, Hamish McDonald, pushed Blanchett on this statement, she didn't try to retract, "really?", he asked.
"I think it's time to stop," Cate declared.
"I think it's time to stop..."
During the interview, Blanchett, who was born in Melbourne, also admitted she had been "profoundly homesick over the last four years", after being based in Los Angeles from 2015 alongside theatre director husband Andrew Upton and their four children.
Prior to this they called Sydney home for over five years when the couple were the artistic directors of the Sydney Theatre Company.
This article originally appeared on our sister site, NowToLove.
Cate and Andrew married in 1997 and have four kids together.