The “Bridesmaids” star says she has considered leaving “Saturday Night Live”
With her contract up at the end of the current season, Kristen Wiig is mulling her future on "Saturday Night Live," but hasn't made a decision about whether to leave, she told Alec Baldwin on his WYNC podcast Monday.
"Um, uh, I don't know," Wiig stammered when Baldwin asked if her time on "SNL" is "winding down."
"Everyone has to leave, and I will say that when I do leave, it's not because I'm sick of it and not because I see something better or anything like that. It's just that it's time. When I do leave, it will be the hardest thing."
Wiig, who has been on "SNL" for seven seasons, joked with 15-time "SNL" host Baldwin that she might move to Paris and eat bread or open a canoe shop.
Or make a lot of films. Her packed upcoming movie schedule includes "Imogene," "The Comedian" with Robert De Niro, a remake of "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" with Ben Stiller, and the horror dramedy "Freezing People Is Easy" with Paul Rudd, Owen Wilson and Christopher Walken.