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El Camino had only 36 hours to recruit his biggest participation

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El Camino had only 36 hours to recruit his biggest participation

El Camino serves as an epilogue for Breaking Bad, but the scene that brings together Jesse Pinkman and Walter White had to be lightning-fast, including inviting actor Bryan Cranston and all the recording and production.

The actor was invited while in the middle of a performance at Brodway, being invited to travel by private jet, hiding from prying eyes, signing a confidentiality agreement among other things. Director Vince Gilligan explains:

‘Our producers rented a jet to bring Bryan Cranston. He had only 36 hours to do everything right in the middle of his Brodway performance. And he did it. He said: I can do it. He arrived at Albuquerque airport, came by car and we drove him to a rented house. We recorded everything with people covering the place with umbrellas. You see a desert through the window, but it was all digitally added after recording. The royal window had a large parking lot. '

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