Steve Carell does not think of a return to the Dunder Mifflin paper mill: In an interview he has ruled out a resumption of his part as Michael Scott in the struggling NBC comedy The Office .
Since Steve Carell's exit at the end of the seventh season, the ratings of "The Office" have declined dramatically in the basement. But NBC needs to find a solution to the "office" problem representations are not even him.
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Steve Carell, his character became known as Michael Scott, very clearly against a return to the once successful comedy series.
"I think," says Carell, "that people would say today that they see each other again like Michael Scott, would be somewhat disappointed if it actually were to come. I think it's better to imagine that Michael and Holly are now, than to actually see. "
Michael was at the end of the seventh season, along with Holly (Amy Ryan), moved to Colorado after he had given her to marry him.
Further stated Carell: "You do not wanna be the guy that sleeps two years after finishing college on the floor of the dormitory."
Currently the actor promotes his new film "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World" in which he plays along with Keira Knightley. In August, he turns with Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones 'Hope Springs'.