• Aaron Paul in "Serious Talks" to star in Breaking Bad spin-off
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[quote]Aaron Paul, who got his starmaking turn as meth manufacturer Jesse Pinkman in [I]Breaking Bad[/I], said that he is in "serious talks" with show creator Vince Gilligan to appear in the upcoming [URL="http://www.rollingstone.com/movies/news/breaking-bad-spinoff-is-happening-20130410"][I]Breaking Bad[/I] spinoff[/URL] [I]Better Call Saul, [/I]according to [URL="http://www.usnews.com/news/entertainment/articles/2014/02/27/aaron-paul-wants-in-dean-norris-out-for-saul"]The Associated Press[/URL].[/quote] [img]http://i.imgur.com/SebS5N7.jpg[/img] Source: [url]http://www.rollingstone.com/movies/news/aaron-paul-in-serious-talks-to-star-in-breaking-bad-spinoff-20140228[/url]
I'm not sure I'd want a Breaking Bad spinoff
[QUOTE=Laserbeams;44085320]I'm not sure I'd want a Breaking Bad spinoff[/QUOTE] It's been confirmed to be happening for months. It's a prequel based around Saul, airs in November I think.
I guess it only makes sense, considering how he knew Saul in events before the show, but I can't imagine him becoming a regular.
I dunno, one of the subplots of the show could follow Jesse in his transformation from middle class suburban teen to Cap'n Cook
Breaking bad is an awesome show, it wouldn't be hard to do a spin off it won't be nearly as legendary but awesome none the less. Considering the massive success of the show it would be idiotic NOT to try and milk it just a little bit. hopefully as awesome as torchwood, the doctor who spin-off
[QUOTE=ElectronicG19;44085349]I dunno, one of the subplots of the show could follow Jesse in his transformation from middle class suburban teen to Cap'n Cook[/QUOTE] That would be pretty nice to see, actually. I also imagine it would become rather heartbreaking over time.
You know what would be cool? "The Adventures of Badger and Skinny Pete".
[QUOTE=Mein Bratwurst;44085436]You know what would be cool? "The Adventures of Badger and Skinny Pete".[/QUOTE] if Jesse becomes a regular it's 100% certain that they'll be in it too, along with Combo
[QUOTE=Mein Bratwurst;44085436]You know what would be cool? "The Adventures of Badger and Skinny Pete".[/QUOTE] What I want to really see is Walter White being spotted here and there just kind of, eating a taco or something in the background of a restaurant, minor shit :v: Badger and Skinny Pete adventures would be [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_3u-G03Ri0"]amazing [/URL]though :v:
They confirmed that Mike will be in it. <3
I'd like to see Jesse in high school then dropping out to live a meth life style, his origins with Skinny pete and Badger but nothing after the events of Felina
Personally I think Aaron Paul is too old for this. Look at the last episode when it does the flashback to their first cook. His face is noticeably fatter
[QUOTE=Mein Bratwurst;44085436]You know what would be cool? "The Adventures of Badger and Skinny Pete".[/QUOTE] You mean the two best hitmen west of the Mississippi?
Good writers can do incredible things with good material. However when it comes to adding to already based material, mistakes and over complicated plot details can be created. I think the spin needs a good lead writer and good "whip" to keep the other writers in line. Please keep your heads straight, the characters need to be as they were in series 1 episode: whatever, of the original Breaking Bad, keep close to the source material and with good writers things should be ok. The worse case scenario is the writers are allowed to run rampant, with the likes Saul dealing with cases almost as ridiculously far reaching as Walter Whites. And Jesse getting in deep with the drug trade even though he is clearly a moron at the start of breaking bad.
This wasn't unexpected, I'll definitely give it a shot since Bob Odenkirk is hilarious.
[QUOTE=Mabus;44085816]Good writers can do incredible things with good material. However when it comes to adding to already based material, mistakes and over complicated plot details can be created. I think the spin needs a good lead writer and good "whip" to keep the other writers in line. Please keep your heads straight, the characters need to be as they were in series 1 episode: whatever, of the original Breaking Bad, keep close to the source material and with good writers things should be ok. The worse case scenario is the writers are allowed to run rampant, with the likes Saul dealing with cases almost as ridiculously far reaching as Walter Whites. And Jesse getting in deep with the drug trade even though he is clearly a moron at the start of breaking bad.[/QUOTE] well Gus and Mike are in business during that arc of the story, just fighting for territory. I don't think we'll get anything as far reaching, but they do have some running room.
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