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Tony Dalton Reveals How His Better Call Saul Character Informed Jack Duquesne on Hawkeye

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The following article contains spoilers for Better Call Saul season 6.After a more than proper sendoff inBetter Call Saul, Tony Dalton’s talent for playing villains is beyond discussion, however, after four years of playing a cold-hearted drug magnate, it goes without saying his days as Lalo Salamanca influence his appearances in the MCU’s Hawkeye.Despite only joining the Breaking Bad universe in 2018, when the Jimmy McGill spinoff was already heading towards the end of its fourth season, Dalton easily became of the best new characters in Better Call Saul.

Regardless of that, his success in such a widely beloved and acclaimed series meant that the audience’s perception of Dalton, an actor who polished his craft in Mexico’s entertainment industry, was that of a certified villain, something that ultimately came in handy when playing Jack Duquesne’s, aka the Swordman.Is The Sandman Immune To Superhero Fatigue?In a new interview forDiscussing Film, the actor tackles this subject by saying “four years playing a hitman [...] doesn’t help to have a good image of your characters,” so getting to chance to put his comedic talents to good use in Hawkeye was quite the opportunity.

Perhaps that is why Dalton says he’d be absolutely on board with playing Jack Duquesne, if the MCU came calling, because “It’s nice to be the good guy for a change” while also making it crystal clear that Lalo and Jack are completely different characters.In Hawkeye, writers played their cards close to their chest as the series took its time to reveal its real villain, Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin, practically waiting until the finale to bring back Daredevil’s nemesis.

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