Actor ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ Remaining in the act for the first half of the interview, with crutches, cuts, and stitches on his face. No star Bob Odenkirk appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! On Tuesday, but not quite as himself. The actor came out on crutches, with bloody cuts and stitches on his face.
“Did you watch the movie?” He asked host Jimmy Kimmel … “Well, I knocked around.” In character, Odenkir went through the injuries he suffered in the film: breaking bones, shaking, he lost his pelvis, kidneys, Dante’s teeth … “Yes, Jimmy. It was really hard.” He said, “I made my own fight. Is that right?”
Kimmel reported that some actors choose professional stunt man, an unfamiliar idea for Odenkirk, who remained in acting. “I don’t believe in that CGI nonsense,” he said as Kimmel pushed the idea that he didn’t have to knock around. Visually, he was getting the feeling of his “injuries”. Kimmel said, “I will laugh when you are pretending to cry”. Odenkirk dropped halfway and received huge applause from the audience.
Talking about someone in a more serious way, Bob Odenkirk recalled that the idea of a regular father was incorporated into an action story. The film is directed by Ilya Naushuller, known for Hardcore Henry. Bob Odenkirk trained for the role for two and a half years. “It takes so long to make a film in Hollywood, you can become anything as long as you can make …” he joked.
Throughout the entire experience, the actor proclaimed, “This was the bloodiest, most violent film ever made with the most love. No one sees Connie Nielsen and Christopher Lloyd.” The film was over just before the epidemic. At home with his family, Odenkirk worked to write poems when his children were young. “We made good use of our pandemic time,” the actor said. “It got a little long in the end …”
Touching on the better call Saul, Odenkirk said that he has not been informed of his character’s fate. “It’s perfectly fine with me,” Bob Odenkirk said, of suspense. “I like to be surprised.”