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Aaron Paul has signed on to star in Come And Find Me, which Zack Whedon has written and will direct. Automatik’s Brian Kavanaugh-Jones (Midnight Special) and Oddfellows’ Chris Ferguson will produce. Rian Cahill will co-produce for Automatik. Shooting begins next month in Vancouver. Come And Find Me, which appeared on the 2012 Black List, follows the character of David (Paul) who must track down his missing girlfriend after he realizes she’s not who she was pretending to be.



In his follow-up series to Breaking Bad, Aaron Paul has been tapped as the male lead opposite Michelle Monaghan in the Hulu original drama series The Way (working title), from Jason Katims’ True Jack Prods. Additionally, Paul will serve as a producer on the 10-episode series, and his production company Lucid Road Productions has closed a first-look deal with Hulu sibling Universal Television, which produces The Way.


Created by Jessica Goldberg and developed inhouse at True Jack Prods. by the company’s Katims and Michelle Lee, The Way examines a couple, Eddie (Paul) and Sarah Cleary (Monaghan), at the center of a controversial movement struggling with relationships, marriage and power, with each episode taking an in-depth look at what it means to choose between the life we live and the life we want. Paul’s Eddie suffers a crisis of faith when all that he’s come to accept as truth in his life is fundamentally challenged.


The Way, executive produced by Goldberg, Katims and Lee, is slated to begin production in the summer for a winter debut. Mike Cahill is directing the first episode.




Aaron Paul is in negotiations to join the cast of Central Intelligence, New Line’s action comedy starring Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson.


Rawson Marshall Thurber is directing the movie, which is shooting in Boston.


The movie sees Hart as a boring accountant who was once the cool guy in high school. He reconnects with an old school acquaintance (Johnson), a man who was a formerly a bullied nerd, via Facebook. But when the man turns out to be a rogue spy, the accountant is dragged into a world of action and intrigue.


Paul will play Johnson’s CIA partner who seemingly sacrifices himself for Johnson.


Amy Ryan and Danielle Nicolet are also in the cast.




In a pre-Cannes announcement, Aaron Paul has come on board suspense-drama “The Parts You Lose,” to be shot in the Manitoba province of Canada in the fourth quarter.

Myriad Pictures will launch international sales at Cannes of the German-Canadian co-production.

Dutch director Paula van der Oest is directing “The Parts You Lose.” The project reteams “Breaking Bad” actor Paul with producer Mark Johnson, one of the executive producers on the series.

The story centers on an 8-year-old, hearing-impaired boy, who encounters an injured and potentially dangerous fugitive in his small North Dakota town.

The movie will be produced by Johnson and Tom Williams through their Gran Via Productions. Paul will produce through his company Lucid Road Productions. Buffalo Gal Pictures will be the Canadian co-producer, with Buffalo Gal’s Phyllis Laing and Rhonda Baker producing.

Myriad CEO Kirk D’Amico and Pacific Northwest Pictures’ Emily Alden will exec produce. Pacific Northwest Pictures will distribute the film in Canada.



Aaron Paul’s official duty in Dublin was as the ambassador of the Budweiser Dream Job initivative. The program is back for its second year and intends to give one lucky Irish person the chance to spend a year doing what they’ve always dreamed of doing! The prize includes €40K in cash as well as 5 grand for equipment, an internship and help from people who can make your dream come true. To enter all you have to do is pop over to the Budweiser Ireland Facebook page, the winner later announced by Aaron Paul himself! Below check some photos of Aaron in Ireland, much thanks to my friend Gabby for the help.

Aaron was in Dublin recently, so Irish Times put a fat stack of short, sharp questions to him. Check out:

Michael Keaton in Batman or Michael Keaton in Birdman?

Oh man. Michael Keaton in everything.

What is the most common thing for you to do when you’re hanging around waiting to go on set? Just slowly try not to panic?

I’m kidding. I don’t know. Running over my lines, I guess.

Cocktail of choice?

Other than Budweiser, I like a nice glass of a good whiskey. What’s your earliest memory? Honestly, I feel like I have dreams of being born. Dream co-star? Bryan Cranston again.

Do you have a favourite podcast?

I loved Serial. This American Life. There are so many good ones. Anything about space.

Which film have you watched the most times?

Probably Stand By Me.

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Though they were often teased in the lead up to production, it has been officially revealed that neither Breaking Bad characters Walt nor Jesse will be making an appearance on the first season of Better Call Saul. Creators of the spinoff Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould used their appearance at this weekend’s TCA’s press tour to clear up some of the misconceptions about their new series, which debuts February 8.

The most asked question the duo receives is whether or not Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, aka Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, will be on the show. While they won’t appear in the first set of episodes, its very likely that they will show up on Better Call Saul at some point. In fact, all of the original cast are expected to make an appearance somewhere down the road. Said Peter Gould:

“In the spirit of full disclosure, Walt and Jesse will not appear in season one. Having said that, everything else is on the table.”

There is a large board in the writers’ room that has all of the Breaking Bad characters attached to it, and it is used as inspiration for potential storylines. Vince Gilligan continued to explain:

“The short answer is: The sky is the limit and any of these characters could conceivably show up in future seasons. But the intention is it will feel proper and organic, because if it feels like a stunt then something has gone terribly wrong in the writers’ room. Jesse will be tricky, because he’s so young [during the Better Call Saul timeline]. To be completely honest, I want to see them all eventually. There’s a constant tension of, ‘Man, this would be fun to do, but would it just be a stunt?'”

While Better Call Saul does feel like Breaking Bad in a lot of respects, Peter Gould did note one distinct difference:

“Breaking Bad had a hand-held camera, it always had a little bit of motion to it. This time camera always tends to be static and locked down. It almost feels like [Saul] is struggling against the corners of the frame.”