London: Actor Alec Baldwin feels movie making is a weird process and says he wants to spend more time living and less time acting.
"Movie making is weird. Weird to spend hours essentially living other people`s lives. `Isn`t that called acting?` How linear of you. Doesn`t make it any less unusual or difficult at times," dailystar.co.uk quoted Baldwin as saying.
The veteran star, known for his role as television executive Jack Donaghy in the show "30 Rock", feels he is becoming more like his character every week.
"Some in my business would rather live on screen than in real life. The older I get, I want the opposite. Playing some parts can get under your skin. I become more like ("30 Rock" character) Jack every week, oddly enough," he said.
Baldwin has reportedly quit new movie "Rock of Ages" before pre-production got underway in Florida in May.