Bryan Cranston has despatched properly needs to his good friend and former Breaking Bad co-star Bob Odenkirk, following at present’s information that the actor had been sent to hospital after collapsing on the set of Better Call Saul.
As first reported by TMZ and later The Hollywood Reporter, the incident occurred throughout a shoot on Tuesday (July 27) at Sony Footage Studios in Culver Metropolis, California, the place the Breaking Unhealthy spin-off is taking pictures its sixth and remaining season.
The 58-year-old Odenkirk was instantly helped by crew members, who referred to as paramedics to ship the actor to the hospital by way of ambulance. Odenkirk is reportedly nonetheless receiving medical care. His present situation is unknown.
Posting an image of the pair collectively on Instagram, Cranston wrote: “In the present day I woke as much as information that has made me anxious all morning. My good friend, Bob Odenkirk collapsed final evening on the set of Higher Name Saul.
“He’s within the hospital in Albuquerque and receiving the medical consideration he wants however his situation will not be recognized to the general public as but. Please take a second in your day at present to consider him and ship optimistic ideas and prayers his manner, thanks.”
NME has reached out to representatives for Odenkirk for remark.
Manufacturing for the sixth season of Higher Name Saul has been underway since March, when it first began shooting in New Mexico.
Earlier this yr, Odenkirk made his big-screen motion lead debut in No one, which was launched in UK cinemas on June 9. The movie is directed by Ilya Naishuller.
Better Call Saul, created by Breaking Unhealthy mastermind Vince Gilligan, debuted in 2015. It follows con-man turned small-time lawyer, Jimmy McGill (Odenkirk), six years earlier than the occasions of Breaking Unhealthy, displaying his transformation into the persona of criminal-for-hire Saul Goodman.
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