Jesse Pinkman may have driven into the sunset in the "Breaking Bad" finale, but that doesn't necessarily mean we will never see him again.
At a Toronto screening of his new film "Need for Speed" on Tuesday night, Aaron Paul revealed that he may resuscitate his Emmy-winning character on the AMC drama's upcoming spinoff, "Better Call Saul."
“Jesse Pinkman, I love that kid. It was hard to say goodbye to that guy -- hopefully not forever," Paul told the audience, who cheered in response. "'Better Call Saul'! I’m not promising anything, but maybe.”
Paul, 34, won two Emmys (and will likely be nominated again this year) for his portrayal of Walter White's beleaguered former high school student, who gets caught up in Walt's meth empire but always remains the show's moral center.
AMC announced in January that "Better Call Saul" will hit the small screen in November 2014. The series will revolve around Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), the unscrupulous attorney who represented Walt and Jesse.
In Paul's new film, "Need for Speed," the actor plays street racer Tobey Marshall, a recently released convict who races across America to avenge the death of one of his friends.
After DreamWorks announced on Monday that the film would be released in 3D, "Need for Speed" director Scott Waugh spoke to Slash Film about what appeared to be a last-minute decision (it was actually made back in September).
“It was not a financial decision at all,” he said. “It was what is best for this movie creatively. No one has ever seen a movie like this in 3D and the proof is when you see it.”
"Need for Speed" hits cinemas on March 14. Watch the trailer below: