A noticeably older Aaron Paul starred as Jessie Pinkman in “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,” the place Bryan Cranston additionally popped up in a bald cap as Walter White once more for one well-lit diner scene. A part of what made the characters mix in higher this time round is that “Higher Name Saul” was a present that made under-lit scenes an precise plot level, with Chuck McGill (Michael McKean) believing that he suffered from electromagnetic hypersensitivity within the early seasons, such that his home was all the time draped in darkness. Even after Chuck exited “Higher Name Saul,” his brother and the present’s protagonist, Jimmy McGill, a.okay.a. Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), usually nonetheless inhabited darkish rooms, as if to ascertain the temper of his descent into criminality.
When Jessie shares a cigarette with Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) exterior Saul’s legislation workplace within the penultimate episode of “Better Call Saul,” he is additionally cloaked in night time shadows, as seen within the unedited picture above. It seems simply donning Jessie’s loose-fitting garments once more was sufficient to get Paul again in character, although. He advised THR:
“It was really placing on a dressing up as a result of I might by no means put on his garments in my everyday, particularly the primary few seasons. In seasons 4, 5 and 6 — or season 5B, they’re calling it — they sort of trimmed his clothes just a little bit. Within the first season, he seemed completely ridiculous in an excellent means, so it is unimaginable to not transfer that means once I placed on that pores and skin once more. I am simply so snug with it.”
The ultimate season of “Higher Name Saul” — and with it, the end of the “Breaking Bad” universe as we all know it — is now streaming in its entirety on AMC+.