Thursday, November 6, 2014

Here's Another Tantalizing Better Call Saul Teaser

Vince Gilligan's Breaking Bad prequel/spinoff, Better Call Saul—a.k.a. your reason to live through winter—is filming in Albuquerque, supplying only the occasional crumb of info to addicted fans. There's the billboard, the song, and now this this short behind-the-scenes set video.






Sure, most of it is the usual "It's so much fun to work on a TV show," type of stuff, but if you look closely you can definitely glean some details. Michael McKean is on board as Saul Goodman's—or should I say Jimmy McGill's?—brother, Chuck McGill  Also the big one, Jonathan Banks will reprise his role as Breaking Bad's professional problem-solver, Mike Erhmantraut.

Get down on it Mike!



There are also some reveals of cast members we haven't met yet: Rhea Seehorn (Whitney, Franklin and Bash) as Kim Wexler, Michael Mando (Orphan Black) as Nacho Varga, and Patrick Fabian as Howard Hamlin.


Jonathan Banks also drops some not so subtle hints about Breaking Bad cameos that might appear in the new show.  

"You kind of expect, every once in a while, Aaron or Bryan or Anna or Dean or R.J. to walk around the corner."

Oh please can we get an Alfred Hitchcock style cameo every episode no matter how silly it is?!  Walter White ordering a coffee in the background, Jesse Pinkman rolling by in his cutlass...the possibilities are endless

"[Bryan Cranston] and Aaron Paul, in addition to some of Bad's other actors, have expressed interest in making appearances, which Gilligan intends to make happen," the Hollywood Reporter revealed back when Saul was first announced.

Here is the part where we remind you that it won't be until February when you get to see this show.  See you next time some other tidbit is released...


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