Los Angeles - Morgan Freeman never knows if a movie is going to be a hit.
The Oscar winner has starred in numerous critically acclaimed films such as The Shawshank Redemption, Invictus, Seven and Million Dollar Baby - which earned him a Best Supporting Actor Academy Award - but he insists he can't tell how a movie is going to be received by cinema goers until it comes out and he can never predict what will warrant a sequel.
The 78-year-old actor - who is reprising his role as Vice President Trumbull in the Olympus Has Fallen sequel London Has Fallen alongside Gerard Butler and Aaron Eckhart - told website HeyYouGuys: "I have no idea shooting a movie that, 'Oh man, this is going to go really big and they're going to make a sequel.' There's no way to know, the proof is always with the audience."
Morgan is excited for people to see London Has Fallen - which sees the UK capital attacked by terrorists - although he admits he isn't doing anything out of the ordinary on screen.
He joked: "Let me see did I do anything in the sequel? Not that I've never done before. It's not a musical, I have done musicals on the stage."
London Has Fallen will be released on 4 March.
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