Get ready "Sons of Anarchy" fans for Season 7 might get even Bad-der in its final season. After days of speculations and prayers from fans, both "Sons of Anarchy" and "Breaking Bad," Emmy-winner Aaron Paul seemed to be willing to hop in a Harley and wear a leather vest with SOA's favourite bikers.
A few weeks ago, series creator Kurt Sutter put it out on the Internet his intentions to invite Paul for the show's finale. And just like luck is beside him, Sutter got a Twitter response and it sounds very promising for SOA's final season.
The controversial SOA creator tweeted recently about the ongoing rumors about Paul's involvement with the show and him being Jax's' long-lost brother. The Twitter message reads: "Why the web is fab: I'm asked, name an actor I'd like to work with. I say @aaronpaul_8. Now apparently he's Jax's long lost brother in S7."
In response, Paul tweeted back to Sutter which gives fans a little hope that the actor would consider a role in "Sons of Anarchy." "Wait a minute...is that not true???" I was getting really excited about making some serious stuff happen. Ps. I love you," Paul tweeted.
And then the love fest continues when Sutter tweeted back with: "love backatcha, brother."
Let's face it, the Paul and Sutter collaboration could be one of the most promising move for SOA arc and that will give the show an explosive ending. But the star could be just joking with Sutter with so many movie offers Paul is scheduled to appear in Ridley Scott's "Exodus."
But there is always a possibility that the "Breaking Bad" star would consider knowing that he is always looking for a new materials. He might be done cooking meth but Paul is rumoured to making a cameo in "Breaking Bad's" spin-off series "Better Call Saul."
The actor will reprise his role as Jesse Pinkman if all works well with the schedule. "Anything Vince is involved with, I'm there," says the "Need for Speed" actor in an interview with Rolling Stone. "I owe him my entire career. And the idea of jumping into the skin of Jesse Pinkman again in his lighter days - because it's all a prequel - it would be fun."
"Sons of Anarchy" Season 7 premieres in Fall 2014 on FX.