Im AMC Blog ist seit ein paar Tagen ein Eintrag mit einem Interview von Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) zu lesen. Der ein oder andere wird es möglicherweise überlesen oder gar nicht wahrgenommen haben. Daher jetzt nochmal hier im Forum. Für Rückfragen (auch sprachlichem Ursprungs) steht dieses Thema zur Verfügung.
Viel Spaß beim Interview-Genuss.
Q: What's it like playing a character who constantly seems like he's on the verge of a mental breakdown?
A: Thankfully I've never had to feel a lot of these emotions personally. Some days I definitely take it home with me a little bit, but if I lived and breathed Jesse 24/7 I think it would just be too much for me to handle. Although it is a lot of fun to zip on this skin that used to be completely foreign to me; now I have such a deep connection to Jesse Pinkman. I feel like he is in some ways a part of me.
Q: You checked yourself into an actual rehab to get in character for Season 3. Did you go to any similar measures to prepare for the intensity of Season 4?
A: I did look online for people on trial to see where they were at emotionally and try to get a glimmer of where Jesse would be at, but it was almost impossible to prepare for where his head is in the beginning of Season 4. He just murdered someone.
Q: Jesse started off the series wearing baggy jeans and hoodie sweatshirts, but as the story has gotten more intense so has his wardrobe. Which outfits do you prefer?
A: Oh man! I miss Jesse's old style. It was so funny to go into the trailer and put on those ginormous pants. It felt like I was fully putting on costume for a character. But I do feel a little more comfortable in [Season 4's] clothing.
Q: Did you keep any of the old outfit as a memento?
A: I didn't, but I'm definitely going to grab something at the end of this series. When we crushed the RV, it felt like losing a character on the show. I dug through the rubble and grabbed the key ignition -- this very small, metal piece you stick the key into in the RV -- so I have that.
Q: Tell me a little bit about filming the party scene. How did it compare to the longest party you've ever been to?
A: I think I've maybe walked into a couple house parties where it seemed like that, and I'm like "You know what? These people are out of their minds and I need to get as far away from this place as possible." Jesse, Skinny Pete and Badger go through their phases as full-blown meth heads, so their idea of partying and having a good time is much different than mine. I mean, I like to dance around and have a good time, but it's a little different with Jesse.
Q: One of the first things Jesse purchases for his house is that huge sound system. What would be your first purchase?
A: When I went to Albuquerque to shoot the first season, I found my place online. As I'm pulling up, I realize it's right next to a cemetery. So the first thing I have is a computer and some speakers so I can plug it in and listen to music. But when I walk back out, I notice that there is a funeral right on the other side of the fence and my music is blasting. So I run back inside and completely turn off my music. I only actually ended up staying there for a couple of weeks. So getting hooked up with music first thing is definitely key, but when you have to consider the volume of your music, it's never a good thing.
Q: If you had to drive one car for the rest of your life, would you choose Jesse's Season 1 Monte Carlo, the RV, Walt's Aztec or Jesse's Tercel?
A: That's a hard question to answer! Not the RV, because that thing is horrible to drive. It's just so big and you're all over the place on the freeway with wind. I think I'd have to choose the Tercel -- there's something special about it and it will run forever.
Q: What if you had to be cast as one of Breaking Bad's villains. Who would you want to play?
A: I don't know if I relate to him at all, but I think it would be Gus. Although I'd be terrified to be cast in that role because of what he's done, I think it'd be a lot of fun to play Gus.
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