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Jason Sudeikis: 'I will miss SNL when I leave'

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Jason Sudeikis has said that he will greatly miss Saturday Night Live if he chooses to leave the series.

Sudeikis chose not to reveal if he will be departing the series with Kristen Wiig and Andy Samberg in his new interview with Rolling Stone, but said he does often consider what he will miss most about SNL when he does eventually leave.

"Every week, they're relaunching the show. That's what I love about sketch comedy: a sketch is five minutes, then it goes dark, and there's the potential for something else," the star explained. "And I'll miss the people. The people, the process, the parties - those are the three 'p's I'll miss the most."

Sudeikis also joked about how fame has changed his life and even his relationships with former partner January Jones and current girlfriend Olivia Wilde.

"[The paparazzi are] never following me. They follow people I care about, and they make those people's lives a little trickier, a little tougher," he admitted.

"I don't have much love for that. But I also know they're doing their job. I'm not doing anything all that interesting, and I assume that they'll eventually figure that out."

Sudeikis next stars with Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis in The Campaign, opening on August 10 in the US and September 28 in the UK.

Watch a trailer for The Campaign below:

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