Saturday 25 November 2017

From Breaking Bad to Disneyland

Aaron Paul and his wife Lauren Parsekian celebrate 'Halloween Time' at Disneyland
Aaron Paul and his wife Lauren Parsekian celebrate 'Halloween Time' at Disneyland
Aaron in character as Breaking Bad's Jesse Pinkman
Aaron Paul celebrates 'Halloween Time' at Disneyland
Aaron Paul
Aaron Paul
Caitlin McBride

Caitlin McBride

What would Jesse Pinkman think?

Actor Aaron Paul plays Breaking Bad's resident meth dealer, but the man behind the character prefers spending his free time with his wife at the friendliest place on earth.

The Golden Globe nominee, who married Lauren Parsekian in xxxx, was given a special tour of Disneyland in California ahead of Halloween next month.

Paul, who plays a drug dealer on one of the biggest shows in television, celebrated the launch of Disney's 'HalloweenTime' centre, featuring specially themed amusements.

Meanwhile, Breaking Bad is the most talked about show of the moment as it enters the final episodes of its last season.

“I think Walt always had Heisenberg deep inside of him,” Aaron said on his co-star Bryan Cranston, who plays chemistry teacher turned drug dealer Walter White.

“It’s like the expression, ‘Money doesn’t change people, money just shows who people truly are inside.’ I think this has always been a part of Walt.”

And he's thrilled with the growth of his character over the last five seasons of the cult show, from his initial wardrobe choices to his more secure self.

“That’s why at the beginning – at least this is what I tell myself – he’d wear these crazy clothes – oversized pants, shirts, sweatshirts. He was kind of hiding in his own skin,” he said.

“And then throughout the years, he’s realizing more who he truly is,.

“His clothes started to shrink as he got his own footing.

!The clothes definitely started getting darker, because he was feeling in a very dark place.”

“Obviously Jesse is a murderer, so he’s not that great of a guy. But he didn’t want to be,.

“He was kind of pushed into a corner. He pulled the trigger.

"Obviously that’s no excuse, but I think the audience knows that."

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