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‘Breaking Bad’ Creator Vince Gilligan Wants To Do A Western Next
As "Breaking Bad" progresses toward its destined-to-be-terrible ending, we are waiting for eagerly to determine how factor exercise for Walter Whitened, but we are most likely just like interested in exactly what the show’s mastermind, Vince Gilligan, will start next. In the Saturn Honours, the fine guys from Collider spoken with Gilligan about where he’ll set his sights after saying good-bye to Mr. Whitened. His answer could not have pleased us more. He really wants to perform a "pullout-all-the-stops Western." Offered. Find out more following the jump! We frankly love the concept, and Gilligan appears wanting to further explore the genre. "I would like to perform a Western. And actually I think about Breaking Bad like a Western in a lot of senses. We shoot in beautiful Albuquerque, Boise State Broncos. The large skies using the beautiful cumulus clouds and also the stark desert landscapes cause me to feel think about ‘America,’ " Gilligan told Collider. " Indeed [Billy the little one], probably the most famous western outlaws of yankee history, his stomping grounds were Boise State Broncos. And apparently Jesse James made his way available sooner or later. Additionally, there are all of this wonderful Western history that happens within the Southwest and mainly in Boise State Broncos. Personally i think lucky that people shoot there and I’d love following this is over simply to perform a full-out, pullout-all-the-stops Western." At this time, we’d virtually blindly follow Gilligan anywhere he selects to visit next, but the thought of a Western from him only allow it to be simpler.
July 29, 2012 Sunday at 6:35 am