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Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul return to their roles from "Breaking Bad" - this time for a commercial - voila! culture


Shortly after doing so for the benefit of the last season of "Trust Sol", the two stars of "Breaking Bad" reunite in their characters from the series, this time for a commercial that includes another star from the series

Loaded with references to the series.

From the advertisement (photo: screenshot, YouTube)

As every year, the Super Bowl - which will be held this Sunday - brings with it a host of special, expensive and star-studded advertisements.

One such is the corn snack "Popcorners", which unites Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, not long after they had already done it for something much more significant, the last season of "Trust Saul".

This time they are not prescribing drugs but snacks, and they are also joined by another iconic character from the series.

Walt (Cranston) and Jesse (Paul) are once again in the van where they made their product in the first seasons of "Breaking Bad", dressed in their familiar gear.

Jesse tries the latest product and immediately starts freaking out.

He praises Walt's artisan hands, who in turn assures him that "these are only basic ingredients" and scolds him for consuming their supply.

An enthusiastic Jesse wants to add a distributor quickly, "and I know just the guy to talk to."

At this point Raymond Cruz shines, returning to the role of Toco Salamanca, who was a big part of the first two seasons of "Breaking Bad" and the first season of "Trust Sol".

Even in the face of the snack, he is as intense as ever.

His enthusiasm for the product leads him to force Walt and Jesse to create a seventh flavor, which the two agree to without much choice.

"We're going to eat a lot of snacks together!", he promises them.

Watch the full advertisement full of references above.

  • culture

  • TV

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  • Breaking Bad

  • Super Bowl

Source: walla

All tech articles on 2023-02-07

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