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Danny Trejo is all in for a being a part of the upcoming Breaking Bad movie.
The 74-year-old iconic actor stopped by ET Live earlier this week, where he told ET’s Denny Directo that it “would be fun” to reprise his role as Tortuga.
“That would be fun. That was a great [experience], the whole thing,” Trejo shared. “We did the Tortuga part and it was accepted so well, they called me back and we did the back story.”
Earlier this month, it was reported that the series’ creator, Vince Gilligan, was working on a movie with ties to the show. Trejo portrayed the Juárez Cartel drug runner who worked for Juan Bolsa in two episodes of the hit AMC series, which ended after five seasons in 2013.
Trejo is also currently working on his El Rey Network series, Man at Arms: Art of War, which explores the most popular weapons from movies, TV shows and video games.
“Beside it being fun, it’s also a history lesson,” he said of his latest project. “A lot of kids have told me, ‘Oh, you know what? I made a report on your show.’ Because we studied different cultures, different weapons that have made a big difference in the art of war.”
The actor also gave an update on Robert Rodriguez’s highly-anticipated Machete Kills sequel, Machete Kills in Space.
“Robert is cooking up some unbelievable stuff right now,” he teased. “It’s amazing. We have to be holding on to somebody’s guts, jumping out of a window.”
For more on Trejo, watch the full interview in the video above.
“‘I never want to be alone.’ That’s what I would say [as a child],” Musk reveals. “I don’t want to be alone.”
“I will never be happy without having someone. Going to sleep alone kills me,” he says. “It’s not like I don’t know what that feels like: Being in a big empty house, and the footsteps echoing through the hallway, no one there — and no one on the pillow next to you. F**k. How do you make yourself happy in a situation like that?”
“Is there anybody you think I should date? It’s so hard for me to even meet people,” he asks Rolling Stone‘s Neil Strauss. “I’m looking for a long-term relationship. I’m not looking for a one-night stand. I’m looking for a serious companion or soulmate, that kind of thing.”
Musk and Heard have kept things friendly after their breakup. See more on the pair in the video below.