Aaron Paul reveals alternate ending to “El Camino”

The star of ‘Breaking Bad’ Y ‘The way’, Aaron Paul, has revealed an alternate ending to the tape spinoff premiered in Netflix last year.

Paul, who played Jesse Pinkman in the show created by Vince Gilligan and is the protagonist of the tape of Netflix, talked about the final scene of the movie in which Jesse he reflects on a conversation with his late girlfriend, Jane.

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“I thought it was a very beautiful way to end the movie… He looks at the seat next to him and it’s empty, then Jane appears out of nowhere, and they are simply in love, and they are in a less complicated moment in their lives, “he said. Paul in order to Entertainment Weekly.

“As she ends up giving Jesse The best advice you could get: Just take control of your own destiny and get on with it. And it’s exactly what he did at the end of the movie. I just thought it was a very beautiful way to push this story forward. “

The actor also revealed that initially, the cameo of Jane it would be longer, “One day, Vince he realized… he was preparing a shot and he said, ‘There are a lot of great shots of you in a car, we have to get you out of there.

“So it starts while we’re in the car, which breaks down afterward, showing me like it knows why the car isn’t going anymore to impress people. Jane … Then I walk towards Jane and I sit next to her, telling her how I feel about her, and this exchange begins … then cut in what survived (in the film) “, he added Paul.

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The deleted scene later shows Jesse referring to the advice of Jane about fate, “I think that could be for me,” to which Jane Responds, “You are not going to propose to me, are you?”

The scene is available in the new physical edition of the tape at Blu-Ray Y DVD, which was released yesterday (October 13).