Jack Nicholson is not retiring from acting, despite a recent report
Earlier today, a report surfaced that legendary actor Jack Nicholson is retiring from acting due to issues with memory loss. However, that report is false according to E! Online.

NBC News' Maria Shriver debunked the report that originated on Radar Online, which claimed that the two-time Oscar winner can no longer remember the lines he is asked to deliver. According to Maria Shriver, the actor is not suffering from any memory-related illness or dementia, and is currently looking at scripts to decide what his next project may be.

The actor hasn't starred in a feature since How Do You Know in 2010. That was the same year he was approached for a role in Last Vegas, which comes out this November and stars Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas and Kevin Kline.

We reported in November that Warner Bros. offered Jack Nicholson the title role in The Judge, where he would play the father to Robert Downey Jr.'s character. Ultimately, though, the actor passed on the role, paving the way for Robert Duvall to sign on in March.

We'll keep you posted regarding any future project involving Jack Nicholson as soon as we have more information.