Time to cook: Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reunite for dark comedy short
Here at Film Daily, we’re still shocked that it’s been ten years since Walter White and Jesse Pinkman debuted on our screens to make meth in an RV in AMC’s Breaking Bad. That concept alone was berserk enough to take us through five seasons of tense, funny, and deeply dark television – one that has dazzled fans long after its ending. With a cast reunion at SDCC this week, the 10th anniversary really is looking to be an absolute treat, and it doesn’t stop there.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have teamed up once again to produce a short dark-comedy film for Omaze, a fundraiser to support the Kind Campaign and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
The short follows Paul, who goes to visit the iconic RV where he discovers Cranston living inside it. Paul finds out that Cranston can’t move on from his role as chemistry teacher turned devious criminal Walter White – a severe case of (almost) Stockholm syndrome.
We won’t spoil anymore of it, as it’s full of surprises. But we will say it’s fantastic seeing the duo together again, and hey, it’s for a good cause. Win, win!
What’s better is that the Omaze campaign is now accepting donations, and if you’re lucky enough you may even get the chance to have a meal with the pair inside the RV itself. Sign us up!