Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul joke about the secrecy that surrounded their participation in ‘Better call Saul’

Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul’s involvement in the ‘Breaking Bad’ spinoff ‘Better Call Saul’ was supposed to be secret and that’s why the story of how the filming of its scenes was like a series of spiesas was told to a journalist from the Albuquerque Journal.

Private flights in the middle of the night, door-to-door car transfers, lockdowns in the accommodation from which they only left to go record and all for nothing because it was eventually revealed that the leads were going to return to the series starring Bob Odenkirk. Cranston and Paul seem to have taken it in stride and the experience has remained an anecdote: “It’s very funny because it was supposed to be a big surprise, a secret”. Later, when it was announced, the two wondered what the whole mystery had been for: “Why did they keep us in a prison? Seriously, they were just playing with us.”

As far as is known, as IMBD has published, Walter White and Jesse Pinkman will return for episode 10 of ‘Better call Saul’. The expectation that surrounds everything related to his return only confirms that ‘Breaking Bad’ has been one of the best series of recent times and that its spinoff ‘Better call Saul’ has been totally up to the task of circumstances with six seasons. The AMC series can be seen in Spain through Movistar +.

The actors and characters of the series that was set in the city of Albuquerque, in the state of New Mexico, have left a great mark on the area despite the fact that almost ten years have passed since the series ended. In fact, coinciding with the premiere of the episode, Cranston and Paul are going to return to the city that has given them so much, without as much secrecy as the previous time.. Bronze statues honoring their characters that were commissioned by series creator Vince Gilligan and donated to the city will already be installed when they arrive. Taking advantage of notoriety the actors will host an auction of donated items from the series whose proceeds will go to two New Mexico charities.

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Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul joke about the secrecy that surrounded their participation in ‘Better call Saul’