Saul should be called actor Bob Odenkirk admitted that preparing for a new TV role was easier than preparing for Jimmy McGill in the series.
Happy Hank The star explained how Odenkirk will play Jimmy McGill Saul should be called was more difficult than his new AMC role.
Odenkirk, 60, returns to the screen as a grumpy and out-of-touch English professor in AMC’s upcoming comedy drama. Happy Hank. The serial is expected to go on air from March 19.
The actor attracted the attention of the public with his excellent performance and received applause Breaking Bad’s A spin-off show focusing on Saul Goodman.
In his last interview EW, the actor announced his new role Happy Hank it was easier for him to play the prominent role of Goodman.
“Honestly, Saul beat me to the bully. The first year was tough, man. I was like a basket case. I mean, I had a lot of lines. Because it was inside another person, and in Jimmy’s case, that’s why. A lot of the things that drove him were negative things,” – he said.
“He felt like he wasn’t appreciated, and he was hurt, so his resentment towards Chuck and everybody was a big driver of him, and just living and living in those negative emotions.
“In this case, [Lucky Hank’s William Devereaux] he handled most of these things, but his biggest problem was that he didn’t notice that the world around him had changed. He needs to recognize that and he needs to change,” he added.