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Aaron Paul’s Weird Juicy Fruit Commercial Leaves Him Pantsless

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Before Aaron Paul scored a juicy position as Jesse Pinkman on “Breaking Bad,” the actor appeared in an entire lot of advertisements to pay his payments. 

During a Tuesday look on “Conan,” Paul talked about one among his most memorable advertisements — a Juicy Fruit spot that introduced in a ton of dough. 

“That paid all my payments for nearly two years,” Paul stated. “I would get residuals each thirteen weeks. When they stopped enjoying that business it was simply such a loud actuality verify: ‘Oh, my god, I have to get a job.'” 

Paul and Conan then obtained into the “very bizarre” advert, which exhibits Paul and one other actor’s clothes fly off by way of some unusual, thoughts-bending energy of Juicy Fruit. 

Paul has moved on to greater roles since his business days and lately appeared within the newly launched thriller “Eye in The Sky” with Helen Mirren and the late Alan Rickman. 

He’s additionally reportedly starring within the movie adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower,” although remained secretive with HuffPost in March, solely saying, “It can be completely a dream of mine.” 

“I’ve been such a fan of these books for a few years, big fan of Stephen King,” Paul stated. “I talked to Stephen final night time about it. I hit him up on Twitter. It’s unimaginable, the individuals you’ll be able to speak to on Twitter.” 

In the meantime, we’ll simply be sitting right here ready for that “Better Call Saul” visitor look.

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