Confiding to a close source of his, the actor outlined that he would rather be part of Keanu Reeves' kick ass franchise than take part in a Marvel installment.
Having to get in tip top shape for back-to-back blockbusters, the 35-year old Boston native feels the time is right to walk away when his contract expires.
Out promoting his latest installment of Skull Island, Jackson gave new details on the litany of projects he is working on to illustrate what lies ahead for the actor.
The 68-year old gave the admission that a return to M. Night Shyamalan's world is something he has been searching for since the original was released in 2000.
The 68-year old's character has been absent for the last couple of installments, but the veteran has indicated that his time in the role is far from done.