After playing the gravitational pull of moral change, Saul Goodman, a glamorous attorney nominated by AMC’s 39-time Emmy Good call Saul, Bob Odenkirk, Hall – Using one of his lines Mr. Shaw Sketch – Ready to “blow the moon” when he returns to his comedy roots.
“We’re going to blow up the moon, right,” Odenkark beamed about the new documentary series, Guru Jati, She is developing with him Mr. Shaw Associate David Cross at Paramount +.
“Guru Jati Ridiculous, “Odenkark told Deadline last night at the season 6 Hollywood premiere. Good call Saul, “We’re playing multiple gurus, David and I.”
“We tell the story of some young people when they make their way through this religion,” he explains.
Odenkark is also returning to work with AMC, this time adapting a series of novels by Richard Rousseau. Straight man. In the show set for its 2023 debut, Odenkark plays William Henry Daverux, Jr., the unlikely chairman of the English department at a poorly funded college in the Pennsylvania Rust Belt. Aaron Gelman and Paul Liebstein are translating the book and will be working as co-listeners. Odenkirk already read the first script.
“Straight man A great script; I like it, I can’t wait to play that part, “said the 2x Emmy winner.” It’s more ridiculous than that. Good call Saul. And it has no guns. It’s something I want to do with my teeth and do that comedy. “
Odenkark photo Straight man Such as “if you are married Office And Good call Saul.“
Talked to us yesterday Good call Saul Hollywood premiere co-producers Vince Gilligan and Peter Gold, who were surprised to return to Odenkark after suffering a heart attack on the set in July last year. Odenkark will later finish shooting the scene, which began that summer in September; That sequence will appear in the second part Good call SaulSeason 6 of
Odenkark teases “This season, Breaking bad And Good call Saul More involved than ever. “
“And don’t forget, we’ll go later Breaking bad This season, “the actor says about where the season 6 timeline will go,” We do it every season. It will have more. ”