Better Call Saul: Bob Odenkirk suffered a ‘little breakdown’ in the last week of filming.


Bob Odenkirk has revealed he suffered a “little breakdown” on one of the final days of filming Better call Saul and found herself unable to complete a scene.

The actor has portrayed ethically questionable lawyer Saul Goodman on the hit AMC series for over a decade breaking Bad and as the head of the ongoing spin-off, which recently wrapped filming on its sixth and final season.

In conversation with The guardOdenkirk described the emotions he felt at the end of the series and spoke about last year’s near-death experience, when a heart attack caused him to collapse on set.

Speak up a week before filming begins Better call Saul Odenkirk concluded, “I had a bit of a breakdown on set the other day and it got pretty emotional.

“I couldn’t do the scene.”

The actor has said so before Better call Saul‘s ending is said to be “a challenging way to end the series”.

“It’s not flashy,” he claimed earlier this month. “It’s remarkable, and in a way, it’s things I’ve hoped for in the brain of this character for years.”

Bob Odenkirk pictured in 2020

(Getty Images for AMC)

Odenkirk said of his reaction to the heart attack The guard: “It might sound gross, but my thought was… Some people have an experience like this and think, ‘I have to change my life, I have to stop everything.’ And my thought was, ‘I have to move on. That’s great.'”

Better call Saul returns to screens on April 19, 2022. The series will air on AMC in the US and will be released on Netflix in the UK.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/bob-odenkirk-better-call-saul-season-six-b2060569.html Better Call Saul: Bob Odenkirk suffered a ‘little breakdown’ in the last week of filming.


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