With “Better Call Saul” being a prequel series, it was a shock for Paul when he learned that show creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould wanted to bring him back for the final season. “Honestly, I wasn’t expecting a call to be on ‘Better Call Saul,'” he said. “I’m really a big fan of the show, but I don’t know how they’re going to do that.” As he told THR, Paul was a huge fan of the series but was half a season late when he was asked to appear, which meant he had no idea how they would fit in with Walt. (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse. “But from the moment they called me, I said, ‘Yeah, they figured it out, they know how to do it.’
Despite the arrival of a prequel that put Pinkman just before his 21st birthday, the team behind “Better Call Saul” chose not to digitally de-age Paul, and instead just let people This man over 40 years old plays younger. “There are always people poking fun at something,” he said. “Obviously I’m getting old; we all get old, but it’s fun, so let’s just let that pass.” Paul said that playing Pinkman was “the period of his life then” and stated that it was as much fun as the second time around. “Pinkman was not of interest in the world at the time, especially when you compare it to what lay ahead in his very near future,” he said. “So it’s a beautiful challenge.”
Farewell, Jesse Pinkman. This Gatorade is for you, b****.
https://www.slashfilm.com/973233/we-wont-see-jesse-pinkman-again-after-better-call-saul-according-to-aaron-paul/ We won’t see Jesse Pinkman again after we better call Saul, according to Aaron Paul