Christian Post Report – Without a doubt, Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould’s spin-off to their hugely-popular “Breaking Bad” series, “Better Call Saul” is certainly a show that can stand on its own without getting overshadowed with the former’s success.
However, it can’t be helped that “Breaking Bad” fans yearn for someone from the show to appear in the Bob Odenkirk-led prequel.
Now, a recent casting report from Variety pointed out that Aaron Paul’s famous Jesse Pinkman might get a spotlight or at least appear in “Better Call Saul.”
Paul certainly “hopes that he can eventually guest star on ‘Saul.'”
“We always have fun having that discussion — Vince [Gilligan], myself, Peter [Gould], the writers,” Paul said. “We just have no idea how that would happen. But hopefully one day.”
The 35-year-old “Need for Speed” star meanwhile admits that he is a big fan of “BCS.”
“I love it,” he said. “It’s a little weird because it kind of looks like ‘Breaking Bad.’ It has somewhat of a little bit different tone, but I know everyone involved, and I’m not involved in it at all and it’s a little weird, a little sad, but it’s great.”
Executive producer of “Breaking Bad” Michelle MacLaren meanwhile pointed out the great possibility of seeing Paul and co-lead star Bryan Cranston (who played Walter White in the original series) playing a cameo role in the latest installment.
“I think it’s open to whoever Vince and Peter decide to bring in. I would imagine that everyone who would ask would say yes,” the showrunner said.
“Better Call Saul” airs Monday at 10 p.m. on AMC.
Source : Christian Post