Gerard Depardieu No Longer Interested In Big Budget Hollywood Films
Gerard Depardieu has hinted his Hollywood career is over after confessing he never liked America's big-budget projects.
The French actor, who starred in films like "Green Card," "1492: Conquest of Paradise" and "The Man in the Iron Mask," insists he has no plans to make another starry Tinseltown film because they don't inspire him.
Depardieu says, "I have experienced the enormity of American productions with huge budgets and a galaxy of assistants. That's too much for me.
"There is no place left for what is spontaneous or natural."
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