Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston is more than willing to make a cameo appearance in Better Call Saul. He even has an idea on how it will be done.
The Emmy-winning actor revealed that it is possible for Walter White to show up in the Breaking Bad prequel before he officially met Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk). In an interview with Nerdist, Cranston said:
“You could [see me on Better Call Saul]. I actually think it would be fun. I have not been approached by it. …[creator] Vince [Gilligan] wouldn’t do anything that would damage the overall brand that he’s worked so hard to develop on a stunt cast kind of thing. And then I think, well what if it isn’t?”
Cranston then shares his idea on how the cameo of the meth-producing professor could be done.
“What if it’s just a brush-by? Just two guys in a market. ‘Are those ripe? I don’t know.’ And we don’t even register that we knew each other three years before we see each other again. That’s life. It’s actually very honest that this happens. So the bottom line is I would do it in a second. If Vince wanted me to be on the show, I’d be on the show,” Cranston said.
Breaking Bad Characters in Better Call Saul
Fans have seen several Breaking Bad characters in the previous seasons of the prequel. Among the most notable ones are Jonathan Banks (Mike Ehrmantraut), Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz), and Tuco’s uncle Don Hector Salamanca (Mark Margolis).
One of Tuco’s distributors Domingo “Krazy-8” Molina (Max Arciniega) and the arrogant stockbroker Ken (Kyle Bornheimer) have also appeared in season 2. Lawson (Jim Beaver), Walter’s weapons dealer in Albuquerque, was also seen in the previous season.
Meanwhile, Mike’s boss in AMC award-winning drama, Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito), has been confirmed to join season 3. Aaron Paul, on the other hand, hinted in an earlier interview that his Breaking Bad character Jesse Pinkman might appear in the prequel.
In The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the TV host asked the actor whether Jesse will be in the show. Paul admitted that like the fans, he also hopes the character will appear. He then teased that he may have probably already shot an episode for it.
Better Call Saul season 3 will debut on April 10 in AMC.
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