Jason Sudeikis Still Unsure If He's Leaving "SNL"
(NEW YORK) -- After Bill Hader announced he wouldn't be returning to Saturday Night Live next season, all eyes turned to longtime cast member Jason Sudeikis. On Thursday's Good Morning America, the actor didn't do much to dispel rumors that he also doesn't plan to return.
"You know, you never leave SNL. It's like the mob. It never leaves you. You never leave it. And we've got a great godfather in Lorne Michaels," the 37-year-old actor said. "And whether I'll be working there or not -- I don't know. Goodbyes are always tough," Sudeikis added after moments of stuttering.
Seth Meyers will also leave the late night sketch comedy show next year to become the new host of Late Night when Jimmy Fallon moves to The Tonight Show.
Regardless of whether Sudeikis leaves SNL, he has his upcoming nuptials to look forward to. He's set to walk down the aisle with actress Olivia Wilde, who he met on the 2011 finale of Saturday Night Live.
"We're planning to make the plans," he joked of his wedding.
Sudeikis was on GMA to discuss a very different role than what we're used to seeing him portray on SNL: his role as Bomba, a quirky professor who lives in a rundown house in the forest, in the animated movie Epic.
The film, which also stars Aziz Ansari, Amanda Seyfried, Beyonce and Steven Tyler, hits theaters Friday.
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