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Vince Gilligan: Breaking Bad Movie Spin-off?
Would you want a light-hearted Breaking Bad spinoff following the exploits of criminal lawyer Saul Goodman? If you don’t, just take a second and really try to visualize it. Each episode could focus on a new client and Saul’s cockroach-like desire to stay away from the courtroom no matter what he has to do. I think that sounds amazing and that’s basically the kind of series Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan has been playing around with in his mind. While he’s still hard at work putting together the final season of Breaking Bad, Gilligan won’t deny he hasn’t thought of doing this spinoff, which could potentially last much longer than Breaking Bad did.
According to EW.com, Gilligan believes the spinoff could happen regardless of the outcome of Breaking Bad. What he means is just because there’s talk of a Saul Goodman show does not mean the character is safe from dying on Breaking Bad. While he may be a cockroach – born to outlive his clients – nobody’s fate is for certain. So how could a spinoff come about if Saul ends up dead? Who said the two series have to be consecutive chronologically? You could easily make the Saul show take place years before Walter White ever showed up in Saul’s office.
The good news is Bob Odenkirk, the actor responsible for playing Saul, is open to the idea. And if this spinoff ends up not happening, is their hope for some kind of movie? Bryan Cranston, the star of Breaking Bad, recently said he “wouldn’t mind visiting that possibility,” but with Gilligan hellbent on wrapping up his story in Breaking Bad’s final 16 episodes, a movie may not be at all necessary. Still, we should never say never. Gilligan could have a change of heart and leave something dangling, only to picked it up later in this potential movie. Personally, I’m not interested in a Breaking Bad movie. The TV series is all the awesome I will ever need.