Bryan Cranston has sent Breaking Bad fans into a frenzy after he teased the possible return of his character, Walter White, in Better Call Saul.
The prequel spin-off recently saw the return of Gus Fring, played by Giancarlo Esposito and it seems almost inevitable that a pre-Heisenberg Walter White would make an appearance.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk while promoting his new movie, Wakefield, the actor admitted he would love to reprise the dynamic role.
“No I absolutely would. With Better Call Saul out there now I get the question a lot – would I come back on Better Call Saul?”
“Would I do it? And the answer is yes. And the reason I would do it is because I’d do anything that Vince Gilligan asked me to do. 'Wash my car?' You bet.”
“So there’s a possibility I could be on Better Call Saul as Walter White at some point. That would be fun. I don’t know when or if that’ll come to be.”
However, we shouldn't get our hopes up too high just yet – though we're keeping out fingers crossed.
When asked whether or not he had been involved in any talk to appear in the show, Bryan replied: “Not yet.”
What's more, the star also said he would love to return as Hal in a Malcolm In The Middle revival.
“But it’s the same thing with Hal on Malcolm In The Middle," he added. "I truly loved that experience and the people involved and there might be a possibility that something could develop along those lines too.”
Sounds promising right?
For now though, you can catch Bryan Cranston's latest film Wakefield, which will be available on digital platforms on July 28.