Hayden Christensen is set to quit acting to become an architect.He told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "Maybe the new 'Star Wars' will be my last movie."I don't find Hollywood interesting, so I'm thinking about studying architecture instead." The heartthrob actor, who plays Anakin Skywalker in the hit sci-fi series, claims that he's had enough of making movies because the industry demands too much from its stars.The 24-year-old actor, who has been romantically linked with his 'Star Wars' co-star Natalie Portman, also slammed other young actors who are prepared to sell themselves to Hollywood in order to make their career successful.He added: "A film is a product and as an actor you can only sell it if you sell yourself."You don't get to sit at the table before you're ready to give away your integrity Maybe it works for Orlando Bloom It doesn't for me".
Earlier this month, the Canadian-born star revealed how he had to be given a helping hand by director George Lucas to play Darth Vader in new movie 'Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith' - because he wasn't big enough fill the famous black suit. He said: "Yeah, I'm a bit shorter but the special effects team were nice enough to put lifts in the shoes and make a big muscle suit so I could fill it out"
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