Guitar god Slash could become the star of the "Breaking Bad" sequel series, as former Guns N' Roses axeman has reportedly received an unofficial invitation to join the cast.
As NME reports, the show titled "Anastasia" would star Kate Hudson and actor Val Kilmer playing roles of US Marshals.
The Kickstarter campaign was already launched, aiming for a hefty goal of $500,000. The whole project is the brainchild of a California man called Lawrence Shepherd.
"Slash will stay in the 'Slash' character, which will enable another writing venue as he will always be undercover," the official description reads. "He is Kilmer's partner ... Who doesn't want to see Slash with a Glock sticking out from under that jacket? Come on!"
Meanwhile, the second, more official "Breaking Bad" sequel is already in the works. Titled "Better Call Saul," the show is scheduled to air in 2015 and is set in 2002, six years before Saul Goodman (played by Bob Odenkirk) meets Walter White.
As for the Slash-starred series, the guitarist refused to give any comments on the matter, only cooking up additional rumors. Stay tuned for more.