At 90 years old, Sir Michael Caine has officially retired from acting.

He stars in "The Great Escaper" alongside Glenda Jackson, who completed the film before her passing.

The film showcases Caine's portrayal of real-life WWII veteran Bernie Jordan.

Caine received rave reviews for his performance in the film.

He mentioned the dwindling opportunities for older actors as a reason for his retirement.

Caine humorously noted that he'd only be offered roles as 90-year-old men.

He turned down a script for a small role and considered himself retired.

Caine and Jackson had worked together before, despite differing political views.

He voted for former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair.

Additionally, Caine is set to release a novel titled "Deadly Game" next month.