A Breaking Bad film is coming

A Breaking Bad film is coming

Though Breaking Bad ended its legendary run back in 2013, the show has left an indelible mark on pop culture, and its legacy continues to expand with the ongoing spinoff series Better Call Saul.

Some intriguing and unconfirmed details about the upcoming Breaking Bad movie have come to light. As fans will know, both Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul are set and filmed in New Mexico. While we know that the project is tentatively titled "Greenbrier" and that filming is set to begin in the Albuquerque area in mid-November, it's unclear if any of the original Breaking Bad cast will make a return.

Sources told THR that Gilligan is penning the script, producing, and potentially directing.

We've had a prequel series to delve deeper into one of the greatest TV shows of all time, and now another chapter in the Breaking Bad universe is potentially in the works.

"The kidnapped man is Jesse Pinkman and the movie will follow his escape from Albuquerque following the bloody events of the series finale", SlashFilm writes. Cranston addressed that topic on The Dan Patrick Show, telling the former sportscaster that he's unsure if he'll reprise his role in the future.

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Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan is at the helm of the project, which could yet be either for TV or a theater release.

In the final scene of the fifth season, after White uses a home-rigged robotic machine gun to kill a gang of neo-Nazis, Jesse is shown driving away in a hysterical state as Walter dies of a gunshot wound.

We'll be keeping our eyes peeled on the rumour mill and will keeo you updated. Though the film office wouldn't confirm or deny that the project was a Breaking Bad film, the publication claims that a source close to the project confirmed the production.

The plot - a kidnapped man on a quest for freedom - sounds an terrible lot like Jesse (Aaron Paul) in the final season, when he was kidnapped by Neo Nazis. Gilligan created and has also directed episodes of Better Call Saul.

"Selfishly, I didn't want to be polarising".

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