Adam Levine told the New York Times that he doesn’t think that he’ll ever work on another TV show after The Voice finishes, but he’s down for a movie role. Adam is a Quentin Tarantino fan and he would love to appear in one of his movies.
Adam explained that working on The Voice is “a unique wrinkle, a special little ripple that took place where I love being a part of this.” He said “never say never,” but he doesn’t see himself on TV long-term.
The Maroon 5 singer says that he’s had film offers but he doesn’t know if he’ll pursue them because he’s a musician “at the end of the day” who loves being in a band. “I live my life on an opportunity-by-opportunity basis, where I don’t really know where I’m going; I just enjoy the process of getting there.”
When it comes to the big screen, Levine has no reservations!
“It has always been a dream of mine to be in a Quentin Tarantino movie,” he confessed. “And I would like to let him know through this article that I’d like to be in the movie for 17 ½ minutes, and he can bloody me up as much as he wants. He can kill me really gruesomely. I’d be totally fine with that.”