Better Call Saul, the prequel spinoff to “Breaking Bad,” is about to come to an end. On July 11, the second half of the program’s sixth and final season will premiere. Fans can’t contain their excitement as Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, the two main characters of the parent series, will likely make an appearance in one or more of the last six episodes.
Bryan Cranston, who received numerous acclaim for his portrayal of the former chemistry teacher-turned-drug lord in “Breaking Bad,” has discussed how he and Paul shot their sequences for “Better Call Saul.” Cranston described the event as “surreal” in an interview with Radio Times.
Cranston described the event as “surreal” in an interview with Radio Times.
Because it was a distinct segment of us filming the scene, he said, “I don’t know what actual episode it’s in. Because it wasn’t done in order. Aaron Paul and I had to coordinate our calendars to make sure we were available when they were in production. So a year ago, April, is when we shot it.
We were flown into New Mexico covertly, he continued, and they put a veil of secrecy about us. We were immediately placed in an Airbnb home that we were not permitted to leave. It was exciting to see all that was happening! But there was also a secret, which we kept hidden for a full year. Aaron and I responded, “Oh, well, I guess we can talk about it now! “, and when “Better Call Saul’ debuted, they publicized it.
In “Breaking Bad,” played by Bob Odenkirk, one of the supporting characters, Saul Goodman’s genesis story is told in the film “Better Call Saul.” Odenkirk made a comeback to play the part in the program. In addition, several other characters were brought back, including Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito), Hector Salamanca (Mark Margolis), and Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks).