Aaron Paul, who’s already signed on for another cable drama after Breaking Bad takes its bow next year, continues to ride the wave of goodwill that stems from having anything to do with Breaking Bad.
Paul will join Imogen Poots, Toni Collette, and Pierce Brosnan in an adaptation of the Nick Hornby novel that follows a washed-up TV star, the mother of a disabled boy, and an aspiring rock star who all live in London and who find their lives intersecting in unforeseen ways.
Oh God. That sounds a lot like the premise for Love Actually.
RUN AARON PAUL!!! RUN AS FAST AS YOU CAN!!! I WILL HIDE YOU IN MY ATTIC UNTIL IT’S SAFE TO COME OUT!!!
Oh, wait. All the main characters in Long Way Down meet each other because they all planned to commit suicide. That sounds way more interesting than Love Actually.
Carry on then, Mr. Paul.