Brad Pitt attends the “Moneyball” South Korea premiere at Coex Megabox on Nov. 15 in Seoul. (Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

In an interview with Australia’s “60 Minutes” that aired Sunday, the actor was asked, ”How much longer would you like to do your business for?”

“Three years,” the 47-year-old actor replied. “Three years?” the interviewer asked. “Yeah,” he said back, adding that he would like to do more on the production side of the film business.

While this may sound like an actual retirement date, because of the whole using an exact number thing, it’s not.

“I wasn’t actually putting an exact deadline on my expiration date, but I see it coming,” Pitt said at a “Moneyball” press conference, the Telegraph reports. “I just have other interests, and I do quite enjoy the production side.”

And why should he stop acting at age 50? He loves getting older:

“With age comes wisdom and I have said it before and I say it again, I will take wisdom over youth any day.”