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- You wanna talk first, or you want me to talk first?
- Um.
- I'm gonna save the best for last.
All right, I'll lead off and then we'll--
Okay, here we go. - Ha! (Aaron laughs)
- Hi, this is Vince Gilligan
- And Aaron Paul.
- And we are fishing for answers.
- For answers.
- Answers, answers.
This is kinda cool.
All right, here we go.
- Why was it important for you to revisit Jesse's story now?
Money, I gotta say.
All right, pick one.
No (laughs).
I'm just kiddin'.
- We're actually gearing up for celebrating
the 10 year anniversary of 'Breaking Bad',
and Vince said to me, "I've been kind of thinking
"about an idea involving Jesse and what happened to Jesse
"after the series, I just wanted to kinda see
"where your head was at."
- And it was an idea that excited me.
I miss workin' with this guy here and then,
and the crew, and everybody.
- Do you think you would ever work with me again?
- No.
Ya know, why ruin a good thing?
People will obviously need to see 'Breaking Bad'
to understand this movie, but will they have
a greater appreciation for it
if they see 'Better Call Saul' as well?
I don't know if I would completely agree with,
do ya need to see even 'Breaking Bad'
to understand this movie.
It's not gonna nearly mean as much to ya
if you haven't seen 'Breaking Bad'.
Or 'Better Call', well, mainly 'Breaking Bad'.
But I think you could even, folks who've never even seen
'Breaking Bad' could watch this movie
and, without givin' anything away, what happens
to your character in this movie, I think will
engage an audience even that is not up to date
on the prior shows.
But having said all that, yeah, by all means,
see 'Breaking Bad' first.
'Better Call Saul'-- - I mean I think they--
- Not as much. - Yeah, but I think
they should watch--
- I think they should watch it.
- I think they should watch
'Better Call Saul' multiple times.
- Plus every episode of 'The X-Files' (mumbles)
(Aaron laughing)
It's important too.
- Aaron, what was your reaction to finding out
you were almost killed off in season one?
I was sad.
I was, honestly, utterly devastated.
- To me, that's a victory to you to celebrate.
Like, you were so good-- - I know, but--
You made yourself instantly indispensable.
- I thought I was signing on to a full series,
and then, for the next season, season and a half,
any time I picked up a script, this is the time--
- Okay. - Where Jesse--
- And Bryan Cranston would mercilessly--
- Oh yeah, he didn't help the situation, that bastard.
He would say, "Hey, did you read the next script?"
And I'd go, no, did you get it?
And he's like, "Oh."
And he just would give me this big hug.
(Vince laughing)
And I'd go, what?
He's like, "Hey man, ya know, had to end sometime,
"but at least you go out, like, guns blazing."
Or something like that.
(Vince chuckling)
And I'd go, what are you talkin'?
It was like, "Well just read it and, ya know, call me,
"or if you wanna talk."
And then he would walk off, and I would turn
and go straight in to the production office
and I'm like, give me that damn script.
They're like, "It's not ready."
I'm like, Bryan already read it.
I have to read it.
And then I thought, oh, they're holding it
because they know this is where I die.
- What do you remember most about the first time
you met each other?
- We met at the casting, ya know.
- [Vince] Yeah yeah, right.
- And I walk in, Vince was looking at my resume
and he said, "What episode of 'X-Files' did you do?"
And I told him, he's like, "Oh my God, you played
"this guy Marsh Winky, that was my nickname in college."
Such a weight was lifted off my shoulder the moment--
- Really? - That you said that?
Aaron in the early days of 'Breaking Bad' season one,
what is something you learned from Bryan Cranston
that has stuck with you?
Whenever it's like the up,
like a waist-high shot, never wears pants.
- Your blood ya need for acting, you don't wanna
constrict it in the lower quadrant of the body,
you need it in the brain.
- And he insisted on the tighty-whities in the pilot.
- The day before we shot that scene in the pilot,
and I said, Bryan, would you be
more comfortable in sweatpants?
He said, "Yeah, I'd definitely
"be more comfortable wearin' those".
I said, okay, do you wanna do that?
And he said, "No, why?"
- Yeah.
- I said, well, I just thought you'd be more comfortable.
He said, "Comfort has nothin' to do with it.
"What's best for the scene?"
I said, well, tighty-whities.
He said, "Well, that's what I'm gonna do."
- He's easily the most professional slash immature person
I've ever met in my entire life.
So unbelievably talented, but also so immature.
(Vince laughs)
In the best way, he's constantly making jokes
in the most inappropriate places.
But it's the best.
- Aaron, did you have any wardrobe requests for Vince
to help reflect the next chapter of Jesse's journey?
- No. - Assless chaps?
(Aaron laughing)
I know you're pushing for that hard.
I didn't quite-- - I was, ya know.
- Actually, you got a cool leather jacket we put ya in,
and then I wanna be you so badly I had them make one for me.
- We should wear that to the premiere, you and I.
- That would be awesome. - Yeah.
- That'd be adorable. - Ya know, it would be cute.
Aaron, you and Bryan famously read the script
for the 'Breaking Bad' finale together at Bryan's house.
Where did you read the script for the movie
and what were your feelings?
- Is it true by the way that you guys
were in a warm, soapy bathtub--
- Yes.
- When you were reading the script?
- Yeah, yeah yeah yeah yeah.
I thought it was fitting.
- I thought so too.
(both laughing)
- I mean, ya gotta give fans what they want.
Know what I mean. - Absolutely.
- I actually read the script for this film
for the very first time on his couch in his office,
and I just closed the page, the final page,
and just sat there for a moment in silence
and, ya know, just thought about this man.
What a goddamn genius this guy is.
- What can I say?
This was fun, thank you.
- Thank you for watching, everyone.
This is Vince Gilligan and Aaron Paul signing off.


Vince Gilligan & Aaron Paul: 'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,' Bryan Cranston Pranks & More | THR

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