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Actor James Franco was nearly on the verge of quitting his profession as he made a series of bad movie choices post Spider Man, which left him devastated.

hollywood Updated: Nov 11, 2010 01:18 IST

Actor James Franco was nearly on the verge of quitting his profession as he made a series of bad movie choices post

Spider Man

, which left him devastated. The

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actor believes that he didn’t make the right choices post

Spider Man

movies, leading him to consider to quit acting,

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reported.



“Things were happening fast, and maybe they were happening too fast. I was getting a lot of offers, but I wasn’t always making the right choices. Although I always worked very hard on the characters, I wasn’t really interested in them as movies. If I hadn’t been in them, I wouldn’t have gone to see them,” he said. “I said to myself, you know, if this is how acting is going to be, I really can’t do this anymore. I needed to make a change. So I made a lot, actually,” said the actor.



The 32-year-old hunk continued to face problems with his job as he was clueless how to collaborate with people. “Right before

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, you know, I was having a really hard time. Acting was not fun. It was a really painful process because, I’d have these very strong acting teachers with very strong personalities help me with the scripts. And that was just a mess, because then I’d get on the set and the director would have his ideas. I really didn’t know how to serve two masters,” he said.