John Krasinski Tells Ellen DeGeneres He 'Didn't Get a Call' for 'Office' Reboot
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And he's not too happy about it.

NBC recently announced it'd be bringing back "The Office" for the 2018-2019 TV lineup, but John Krasinski is still in the dark.

Krasinski, who played Jim Halpert on the beloved sitcom, told Ellen DeGeneres Monday that he'd "love to get that gang back together" -- if he were to get a call.

"Guess who didn't get a call? Me," Krasinski said on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", adding that he heard about the reboot via the internet. "What does that say? NBC's like, 'You know who we didn't like? Jim.' It better not be true."

"They wouldn't do it without you," Ellen said, trying to reassure him.

"Well, it looks like they are," Krasinski replied. "I haven't gotten a call yet."

"Would you do it?" Ellen asked. "I hope you would."

"Oh, my God. Are you kidding?" Krasinski replied. "I'd love to get that gang back together."

Ball's in your court, NBC.

Meanwhile, Krasinski fans can look forward to watching him as the title character in Amazon's new action series "Jack Ryan," which premieres Aug. 31. Before that, he'll be in theaters alongside real-life wife Emily Blunt in April 6 horror release "A Quiet Place," which he directed, too.

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