We are less than two weeks away from the premiere of the final season of Better Call Saulthe sister series to the award-winning show breaking bad (2008-2013). There will be thirteen episodes that will close the origin story of Jimmy McGill / Saul Goodman, the shrewd lawyer from Albuquerque who will eventually become the legal representative of Walter White, the methamphetamine dealer personified by Bryan Cranston. In that sense, fans long for the veteran actor to appear in one of the upcoming chapters of the series. spin off. And according to recent statements by its creators, such expectations could be rewarded.
During the recent season six premiere of Better Call Saul, Variety had a chance to talk to the minds behind the show, Vince Gilligan Y peter gould. Will Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul be in Better Call Saul?», Asked the journalist, also mentioning the interpreter of Jesse Pinkman, the young and stuck-up partner of Walter Whiter in breaking bad.
“These two worlds [de ambas series] they intersect in a way you haven’t seen before, that’s for sure.”Gould pointed out determinedly. On the other hand, Gilligan was much more dubious about what he could or could not reveal. “The same as he said,” he responded nervously, but at the insistence of the interviewer, he had to expand on his statement.
«Perhaps [aparezcan Cranston y Paul]“, said. «It would be a shame if the show ended without them appearing, wouldn’t it? You heard it here first.”
Gilligan evidently neither confirmed nor denied the presence of both histriones. However, it is promising that he himself acknowledges how frustrating it would be if Better Call Saul don’t show off such cameos in any of your concluding episodes. And of course, the ideal thing would be for it to be unpublished material, and not just images of breaking bad resumed as flashbacks either flash forwards.
Previously, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul returned to their respective franchise characters in The way, a 2019 film about the life of Jesse Pinkman, after he wanted to end his association with Walter White and his involvement in the drug world. The film had Vince Gilligan as director and screenwriter, while Netflix gave it global distribution. The same platform currently owns the rights to breaking bad Y Better Call Saul.
On the other hand, while we’re still waiting for the potential return of Cranston and Paul, who’s not ready to say goodbye to his character is Bob Odenkirk. After thirteen years in Saul Goodman’s shoes — seven of them starring in his own series — it was inevitable that Odenkirk would grow fond of the corrupt lawman.
“I think one of the reasons I don’t run away from him [Saul Goodman] It’s the way Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould and all the screenwriters wrote it,” he confessed this week to Variety. “I got to do comedy on a page and four pages later, I did the most serious drama ever written. It was this great mix with incredible dynamics, so it’s hard to imagine another role that has such breadth.”
The final season of Better Call Saul It will be released in two parts. The first of them will arrive on Netflix Latin America on April 19, with a new chapter every Tuesday. excited?
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