Super reunion of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in a commercial for PopCorners snacks: watch them at work as they make addictive little triangles.
Walter White and Jesse Pinkman are back in business, but this time they embark on a decidedly more legal adventure. The stars of Breaking Bad Bryan Cranston e Aaron Paul are the protagonists of an amusing TV commercial that will be aired in the United States during the commercial breaks of Super Bowl, the most watched sporting event of the year. In the clip they return as their characters and in the same camper made iconic by the series but, instead of the famous blue methamphetamine, this time they’re “peddling” chips, the PopCorners. Check out the preview spot below.
The commercial with the protagonists of Breaking Bad for the Super Bowl
The commercial, titled Breaking Goodis written and even directed by the creator of Breaking Bad Vince Gilligan. In the video, Jesse is enthusiastic about Walt’s latest creation, the non-fried triangles that are decidedly addictive. “No, we don’t eat our product.” Walt reminds his student as Jesse declares, “Everyone is going to want a taste. And I know a guy to talk to.” At this point we also see the mad Tuco (Raymond Cruz), who grabs the snacks suspiciously, before a Walt, or should we say Heisenberg, in his iconic hat gives him the infamous order: “Say their name.”
The umpteenth reunion of a long series?
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul had already met just a few months ago for a memorable cameo in the Breaking Bad spin-off series, Better Call Saul. Before that, they had starred together in film The way. Now they have agreed to go back in front of the cameras in this new reunion because they enjoyed the context a lot. “For me this was a different thing because we spent three days laughing and enjoying each other’s company and wearing these costumes that meant so much to us, as much as the series has meant so much. We had fun with our characters, without making fun of each other of them. That was important to us, to be able to stay in character,” Bryan Cranston told Entertainment Weekly. Will there be more reunions in the future? “When we finished filming ten years ago on Breaking Bad, we thought it would be the last time as those characters. Then we had another opportunity ne The way. So we stopped thinking about it. We stopped saying ‘This is the last time’. Who knows? Could be. I’m not sure but we’ll leave that to fate,” added Walter White’s interpreter.
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