Aaron Paul in Talks to Join Ron Howard's DARK TOWER Adaptation

In an interview with Comicbookmovie.com, Breaking Bad star AaRon Paul revealed that he is in talks to join Ron Howard's upcoming The Dark Tower adaptation in the role of Eddie Dean.

"I've had a ton of meetings on that," revealed the actor. "I just had a general sit down with Ron Howard, who is a huge fan of the show (Breaking Bad, naturally), which is such a crazy thing to even think that Ron Howard even knows who I am. They're definitely planning on making it."

He continued, I'm excited. Their goal is to do three films, but also have a television element to it, which will be very interesting. From what I hear, Eddie Dean is a pretty epic, iconic character."

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Paul has had a recurring role on the HBO series Big Love, but came to prominence in 2008 for his critically acclaimed role as Jesse Pinkman in the hit AMC series Breaking Bad. For his portrayal, Paul won two Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, making him one of five actors to win the award more than once. He has also won two Saturn Awards for Best Supporting Actor on Television.

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