Walter White looks surprisingly good in AI art, like a Disney character
Bryan Cranston's 'Breaking Bad' meth chef Walter White is recreated as a Disney character in AI-generated art good.
Breaking Bad's Walter White looks surprisingly good as a Disney character in new AI-generated art. Created by X-Files alum Vince Gilligan and premiered on AMC in 2008, Breaking Bad follows Walter White (Bryan Cranston), a depressed high school chemistry teacher, after being diagnosed with terminal After lung cancer, teamed up with his former student Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) to manufacture and sell meth to secure his family's financial future. Breaking Bad, often hailed as one of the best shows in TV history, recently shot up in popularity with the return of some scenes of Walt and Jesse in the spin-off Better Call Saul.
Now, the main protagonist of Breaking Bad has been unexpectedly reimagined. Shared by @weirddale on Twitter, without much explanation, some new AI-generated art imagines Walter White as a Disney character, and it turns out to look surprisingly good. Check out the artwork below:
Disney Walter White pic.twitter.com/UWiKUsU1Mg— Weird Ai Generations (@weirddalle) November 9, 2022
Will Walter White Ever Return To The Breaking Bad Franchise?
Bryan Cranston's Walter White on Netflix's Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul Season 6 since Breaking Bad ended in 2012 are back, with several scenes set before his death. The question of whether Walter White will return to the Breaking Bad universe depends on the franchise Find a way to continue. With Better Call Saul wrapping up its six seasons, the franchise's future is very uncertain.
Gilligan, also co-creator of Better Call Saul, currently has no plans for the future of the Breaking Bad universe, but is developing a brand new Apple TV+ show starring Better Call Saul's Rhea Seehorn. Better Call Saul's other co-creator, Peter Gould, has also expressed interest in taking on other projects outside of the franchise. If another Breaking Bad follow-up series is on the horizon, it will likely have to be spearheaded by a different creative. Given how well-received both Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul have been, the door should always be open for more spinoffs.
Of all the potential spin-off stories that have surfaced, the most popular seem to be Gus Fring's or Kim Wexler's original stories, neither of which Walter White may appear in. All things considered, Walter White's return to the Breaking Bad franchise seems unlikely. That's probably for the best, considering the stories of all three main characters -- Walt, Jesse, and Saul -- have already been perfectly wrapped up by Breaking Bad, El Camino, and Better Call Saul, respectively.
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