Brad Pitt wants to focus on expanding his family and working to rebuild New Orleans, but acting does not feature in his long-term plans.
In a recent interview with Larry King, the actor revealed that his focus on his acting career has become less and less with age.
"It's become less and less a focus as I get older," the New York Daily News quoted him, as telling King.
"I think it's really more of a younger man, younger woman's game," he added.
However, the 43-year-old actor said that he hasn't discounted acting completely.
"I'd like to drop in if I'm still invited every few years or so," he said.
The actor said that he wants to pursue some other interests as well, one of them being building 150 eco-friendly homes in the city's Lower Ninth Ward, which was devastated by Hurricane Katrina and left many of its residents living in trailers.
Pitt said his ultimate goal is to construct eco-friendly homes all over New Orleans and the Gulf Coast.
He said that the inspiration behind his environmental awareness was partner Angelina Jolie, whom he called a "fantastic" mother and with whom he wants more children.
"We're just getting started," he said.