Miles Teller doesn't see the point in paying off his student loans.
The 'Whiplash' star, who graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University in 2009, still plans to gradually pay back his tuition fees despite his huge success in Hollywood.
The 28-year-old actor explained: "My business manager says the interest is so low, there's no sense in paying them off.
"I can, if I want to have that badge of accomplishment, but until then I still very much have my NYU loans."
But Miles admits he doesn't remember much about his studies.
He said: "I couldn't tell you a single thing I learned in college. You're into it at the time and then when you leave, you kind of forget it."
The 'Insurgent' actor will star in three more movies this year and also recently signed up to appear in 'The Fantastic Four 2'.
But the heartthrob insists he is still very picky when it comes to selecting roles.
He told Vulture.com: "I never pick anything based on, oh, this is what's out there. I don't work for the sake of working. Everything that comes my way has been thought out in terms of what it's doing.
"The difference between the small movies and the big movies is just comfortability. When you do a smaller movie, you relinquish any vanity because all the money has to go into making the film. You sit around a bit more in the big films, but the preparation is the same."