LOS ANGELES, Cali. (AP) - Aaron Paul said his "Breaking Bad" role wasn't supposed to last past the first season.
Cast member Aaron Paul arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie," at the Regency Village Theatre, Monday, Oct. 7, 2019, in Westwood, Calif. | Photo by Jordan Strauss /Invision / AP
However, his Jesse Pinkman character ultimately became a fan-favorite and now he's starring in the Netflix film "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie," which premieres Friday.
The movie has cameos from some of the show's best characters.
The film is a continuation of the "Breaking Bad" series that concluded on AMC in 2013.
Paul starred in the series opposite Bryan Cranston as Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher turned meth maker.
"BREAKING BAD" SPOILER WARNING
"El Camino" picks up after Pinkman fled from a bloody massacre that ultimately left White dead.
The story focuses on Paul's character who tries to escape his former drug life to start anew:
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