While it may not seem very likely that Bryan Cranston will revisit the role of Walter White again at this point, the actor knows better than to completely dismiss the possibility.
In the years since ‘Breaking Bad’ ended, Cranston has reprised the role for special appearances in the prequel series ‘Better Call Saul’ and the sequel film ‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,’ along with a pair of Super Bowl advertisements.
There aren’t plans at the moment to make any more TV shows or movies set in the ‘Breaking Bad’ universe. Cranston has also said he felt like the PopCorners commercial he did with Aaron Paul earlier this year felt like a send-off to the character.
At the same time, Cranston is now refusing to say that he will never play the role again. “I never underestimate Vince Gilligan,” Cranston says in an Awards Radar interview. “I thought when I was saying my tearful goodbyes to everybody that that was it. Then ‘El Camino’ came up. ‘Oh, I guess I’m gonna be Walter White again. And then ‘Better Call Saul came up. So now I’d be a fool to say, ‘Yeah, we’re done.’
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