Jimmy (I) (2013)
Better Call Saul is a prequel to Breaking Bad that explores the early years of Jimmy McGill and the lives of those he touched and, in some ways, ruined. Each passing season has drawn the story closer to Breaking Bad and Season 3 is no exception with several notable cameos and new-old character introductions.
Better Call Saul Season 3 stars Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Rhea Seehorn, Patrick Fabian, Michael Mando, Giancarlo Esposito and Michael McKean.
Bonus features include:
Cast & Crew Audio Commentaries for all 10 Episodes
Emmy-winning “Los Pollos Hermanos Employee Training” Videos
“Gene of Omaha” featurette
“In Conversation: Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, and Rhea Seehorn” featurette
“It’s a Bad, Bad World” featurette
“Signs of Saul” featurette
“The Return of Gus Fring” featurette
Deleted & Extended Scenes
Including “Jimmy Calls
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Season 3 of “Better Call Saul” ended Monday night with Chuck (Michael McKean) in a room engulfed in flames, after he kicked over one of his lanterns onto his highly flammable surroundings. That was the conclusion to an episode where Chuck was in slow, awful decline — regressing back to the worst throes of his sickness, to the point that he starts tearing apart the walls of his own house.
“Lantern” feels like an episode dampening the season’s momentum, which up until now has been sending its characters to sad ends in very different directions. Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) and Kim (Rhea Seehorn) find their way back to each other after Kim’s accident, and Nacho (Michael Mando) takes terrifying action and manages to escape unscathed. Variety talked to showrunner Peter Gould about Season 3 of “Better Call Saul” and how the
It’s what we’ve been dreading: The return of Slippin’ Jimmy. We get a flashback to Cicero, Illinois, as Jimmy and his old pal, the now sadly deceased Marco, break into the old McGill family general store in search of the perfect coin for their latest con. It’s just enough of a reminder of Jimmy’s old self to sell what happens in the present, as Jimmy deals with some weaselly commercial clients first by trying to reason with them, then borrowing a move from his old playbook, staging an accident in the guitar shop.
Of course, Jimmy’s not a young man anymore, and the fall injures him pretty badly, to the point where it becomes worth his time and energy to help a fellow community service colleague duck out of the job,
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Season 3 follows the twists and turns of Jimmy McGill’s devolution toward Breaking Bad’s Saul Goodman — Albuquerque’s most notorious criminal lawyer. Six years before he meets Walter White, Jimmy is a more-or-less law-abiding, small-time attorney hustling to champion his underdog clients, build his practice, and somehow make a name for himself.
The acclaimed second season ended with a pair of cliffhangers. Determined to prevent his brother from practicing law, Chuck staged an elaborate con,
If you’ve been keeping pace with the show’s production cycle – and if you’re a fan of Vince Gilligan’s brooding material, chances are you haven’t missed a beat – you’ll know all too well that the third season of AMC’s prequel series heralds the arrival of a menacing, downright iconic drug kingpin. And no, we’re not referring to Bryan Cranston’s scenery-chewing Walter White. Ol’ Heisenberg has been name-dropped in the past – along with literal partner in crime, Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) – but it would appear the Gilligan and writing partner Peter Gould are keeping their more prominent chess pieces in the wings for the time being.
Instead, Better Call Saul
Every show on this list has to go through a rigorous vetting process known as my life: I don’t hang on to season passes for returning shows unless they really deliver the goods most weeks. And it’s the relationships that keep bringing me back, for the most part. A good television show is really the chronicle of a tangle of relationships worth following; friendships that seem real, even in the most strange or surreal circumstances; families that are believably supportive and exasperating; marriages that are full of resonant echoes, even if they’re nothing like my own. When you’ve spent years with a fictional family
Before he hit big with Star Wars and Star Trek, Jj Abrams was penning films such as Forever Young, Regarding Henry and Armageddon...
Jj Abrams is one of the most powerful people in Hollywood right now. Over his career in the movies, he's written, directed, produced, acted and played a wicked keyboard solo on Cool Guys Don't Look At Explosions, and through his production company Bad Robot, his name is counted among the credits of massive franchises like Cloverfield, Mission: Impossible, Star Trek and of course Star Wars. He's more of a household name than most filmmakers of his generation and we sometimes wish we wanted anything as much as he wants that Steven Spielberg status.
You can't blame him when you hear about his first paid job in the film industry. Returning a bunch of Spielberg's personal super-8 home movies that he discovered after his
Dollhouse Pictures will screen Eaglehawk with Tilda Cobham-Hervey, Ryan Corr and Wayne Blair and Sydney Film Festival on June 18-19.
It will screen in competition at Sydney Film Festival in the 2016 Dendy Awards for Australian Short Films..
Helmed by Shannon Murphy, the debut featurette stars Tilda Cobham-Hervey, (52 Tuesday.s , The Kettering Incident) , Ryan Corr (Holding The Man, Wanted) , .and Wayne Blair (The Sapphires, Cleverman) ..
Rounding out the female lead creative team are Marisa Nather (screenwriter), Jessica Carrera (producer), Nicole Coventry (co-producer), Alice Babidge (production and set design) and Megan Washington (composer)..
Eaglehawk is set in a remote forest, where aspiring actress, Eve (Cobham-Hervey) impersonates Australia.s own Bigfoot — the Yowie..
Employed by Yowie expert Frank (Wayne Blair), Eve spends her days ambushing thrill seekers and giving hope to the believers..
She immerses herself in the world of her character, determined to pursue her craft..
As her obsession with her disguise deepens,
Sharknado 4: Press Release (via The Futon Critic): “Westlake Village, CA – April 1, 2016 – Syfy and The Asylum today revealed that the official title of the next Sharknado movie is… Sharknado: The 4th Awakens! The two-hour original movie will premiere four months from now on a TV very, very nearby – on Syfy, Sunday, July 31st at 8 Pm Et/Pt.
The fourth installment of the Sharknado franchise will take place five years after the East Coast was ravaged in last summer’s Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!. Fin (Ian Ziering), his
“I was saying all the time in the room to the writers, ‘We better get cracking here. We better get to Saul Goodman because if people tune in, a safe assumption is that’s who they’re tuning in to see,’ ” Gilligan said during the screening and Q&A at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, which was moderated by Variety‘s Debra Birnbaum. Gilligan admitted that he had been nervous the character of Saul, the shady criminal lawyer who became a central figure in “Breaking Bad,” wasn
“I think it’s a big drop off,” Odenkirk said. “It’s a slow journey, and then all of a sudden, he finds himself as Saul, I think that’s how it is going to go. My gut tells me he fights like hell to not be Saul, and then he just gives up for some reason that’s probably pretty potent and painful.”
The executive producers and showrunners of “Better Call Saul,” Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, said the timeline for when Jimmy would become Saul has been in constant flux.
“In the early going, we thought he would become Saul Goodman by the end of the season, or maybe by the middle of Season 1,” Gilligan said.
A prequel to the award-winning series Breaking Bad, the series follows down-on-his-luck Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) as he navigates the moral dilemmas of the legal world while trying to step out of his older brother's shadow and make a name for himself. Season 1 found Jimmy stumble upon a large class-action lawsuit, which led to a promising job opportunity at a large firm. Having arrived at a fork in the road, will Jimmy take the straight and narrow path with a safe corporate job
As Saul downs another shot, his cell phone rings, although he doesn't answer it, staring at his phone with contempt. Could it be his brother Chuck McGill (Michael McKean)? Both Saul and Chuck didn't exactly end the first season on good terms, when it was revealed that Chuck made a deal with Hamlin (Patrick Fabian), forcing Saul out of his big class-action case that he took to their firm.
As we see in this latest sneak peek, Mike has a new job for Slippin' Jimmy. And McGill seems poised to take on this questionable mission head first. He asks, 'Where and when?' Setting him down a road that he can never turn back on. Thinking about his actions, Slippin' Jimmy asks, 'Who among us is without sin?'
A prequel to the award-winning series Breaking Bad, the series follows down-on-his-luck Jimmy McGill
Series star Bob Odenkirk has promised more surprises in the AMC hit’s second season. “The fans are going to go crazy,” he told Variety in an exclusive interview. “Wait ’til you see who you see.”
In its first season, the “Breaking Bad” prequel ranked as one of the highest-rated new cable series of all time, debuting in Feb. 2015 as the season’s No. 1 new cable among adults 18-49, adults 25-54 and total viewers.
Take a look at the new character photos:
When we left Jimmy McGill (Odenkirk) at the end of last season, he’d turned down an offer to join a big New Mexico law firm. Given that he’s toting a briefcase above, safe to assume he’s back in business
A prequel to the award-winning series Breaking Bad, the series follows down-on-his-luck Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) as he navigates the moral dilemmas of the legal world while trying to step out of his older brother's shadow and make a name for himself. Season 1 found Jimmy stumble upon a large class-action lawsuit, which led to a promising job opportunity at a large firm. Having arrived at a fork in the road, will Jimmy take the straight and narrow path with a safe corporate
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