Hollywood actress Tina Fey has opened up about the end of the hit show 30 Rock, saying that it was sad to have to say goodbye to her character and the show as a whole, although they could all see that the end was coming.
Fey explained, "It was sad, it was very sweet. The fact that we knew that the end was coming gave us a nice amount of time to say goodbye to each other and the characters. We had a lot of nice dinners and parties. I was shooting something else at the old studio the other day; it was a crazy thing to go back and see that it was all gone. After seven years, they took it down in a day."
Tina then went on to talk about her latest movie Admission, which sees her playing the role of a college admissions person. Fey admitted that, sometimes with movies you have to question whether you are right for the role and she thought that she was perfect for it.
She added, "This was a movie that Paul Weitz was talking about for a couple of years. I liked the story at the center of the movie about college admissions. It's a funny area that I hadn't seen stuff about. Sometimes you look at stuff: 'is it plausible for me to play?' Yes, I could be a college admissions person, sure. It had a good human story at middle of it."
Tina Fey stars alongside Paul Rudd in Admission, which is directed by Paul Weitz, based on the screenplay which Karen Croner developed from the novel by Jean Hanff Korelitz. Admission is set to hit the big screen on March 22 in the US.