Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul Reveals Bryan Cranston’s Gesture

Aaron Paul has revealed the heartwarming gesture he made to his former Breaking Bad co-star Bryan Cranston, who asks him to be the godfather to his newborn son Rydin.

Speaking in an interview on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Sharing the happy news of the “brand new” addition to the family, Paul revealed that he had asked Cranston the question on his birthday.

†[Cranston] met the baby. I asked Bryan on his birthday if he wanted to be our baby’s godfather.

“He said ‘no,'” joked Paul.

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Paul spoke candidly and then said: “No, he was very excited, very honoured. I love the man to death, he is one of my best friends in the world.

“It was just a no-brainer.”

The news comes after it was revealed that Paul and Cranston will be reuniting again on screen as the pair are set to start their Breaking Bad roles in the upcoming final season of You better call Saul

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Odenkirk recently revealed that the final season will be painful to see Jimmy turn into Saul.

Speak with Weekly entertainmenthe said: “This show usually progressed incrementally and the characters make choices that are incremental. Mostly. And now, in this final season, I see much bigger things happening, much faster.

“We’ve seen Jimmy McGill be abandoned for five years, and he gains and loses some sense of his ethical compass. He doesn’t have much of it, but sometimes he has it, and sometimes it comes back. But for that last to get a piece of ethical compass cut from his brain, it’s a deep operation and it will be bloody and… painful.”

You better call Saul airs on AMC in the US and Netflix in the UK.

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