We were like the Blue Sky-drug-addicts who left us wanting more after Breaking Bad ended. No one expected to hear any more from Walter White or Jesse Pinkman after the epic finale. We now know that Breaking Bad will be coming back and are thrilled to have more. Here’s everything we know so far on the upcoming Breakin Bad sequel.
Vince Gilligan created Breaking Bad, an American crime drama. The series, which was also directed by Gilligan is considered one of television's greatest. It is often mentioned in the same breath with Game of Thrones and The Sopranos, which is testament to how amazing the series is. The show won numerous awards and made actors Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul stars. It’s a show that must be added to your watch list if you haven’t seen it already. The internet is fueled by rumors of a film.
Walter White, a Chemistry teacher is being diagnosed with terminal cancer. He is afraid that his family will be left with only debt and he sets out to make money fast. He is convinced to distribute and create methamphetamine after discovering that Jesse Pinkman, an ex-chemistry student, cooks it. Walt creates the most pure methamphetamine ever created by using an RV as a lab-on-wheels.
This article is ongoing and will continue to be updated. Last updated on 25/08/2019
This is the current synopsis.
Following the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom.
Looks like we’ll be following Jesse after his escape from the Neo-Nazis! The plot is not known much.
*POTENTIAL SPOILERS BELOW
These cast members are confirmed to reprise their roles in El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie:
|Role||Cast Member||Where have I seen/heard them before?|
|Jesse Pinkman||Aaron Paul||Breaking Bad, The Path, Bojack Horseman|
|Badger||Matt Jones||Home | Red State | The Night is Young|
|Mike Ehrmantraut||Jonathan Banks||Mudbound | Breaking Bad | Better Call Saul|
|Skinny Pete||Charles Baker||Breaking Bad | The Neon Demon | The Blacklist|
Rumours abound that many more cast members will be returning to the movie to reprise their roles.
As we know, the story will follow Jesse in the aftermath of his escape from Jack’s Crew. After being imprisoned and tortured by the Neo-Nazis and not to mention Walter’s manipulation, Jesse’s psyche will be in a dangerous place. With Jack and his follower’s dead (thanks to Walter) Jesse is of least safe from them.
While Jesse has managed to escape, how much the cops know of Jesse’s involvement is up for debate. If Jack failed to destroy any of the evidence Todd stole then Jesse’s confession and all of Hank’s notes will be found. Jesse was Walter White’s previous second-hand man so there could be a nationwide manhunt for Pinkman.
Jesse has nothing left to lose, but his freedom.
While some like Revenge of the Fans have ‘confirmed’ the actor’s involvement, nothing is official. Bryan Cranston expressed interest in participating in the sequel, and he had this to say:
If Vince Gilligan asked me to do it, sure, absolutely. He’s a genius. It’s a great story, and there’s a lot of people who felt that they wanted to see some sort of completion to some of these storylines that were left open. This idea, from what I was told, gets into at least a couple of the characters who were not completed as far as their journey. I can’t wait to see all those people again…even if I just come by to visit!
It's very interesting! Although we believe Cranston will make a comeback, it is likely to be in flashbacks. It would be a wonderful idea for Walter to return to haunt Jesse, but in different versions to either comfort or berate Jesse.
With the release date so close the film’s production has all but concluded. The finished product will still need minor adjustments.
The run-time has been confirmed at 122 minutes. Jesse Pinkman will be on the screen for just over 2 hours. ****.
There’s no confirmation on a rating as of yet. El Camino: A Breaking Bad is expected to be an R-rated movie, if the series' performance is any indication.
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Trailer has been released and it's a real hype!
Now, we have confirmed that El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie is coming out on October 11, 2019.
The sequel in the United States will premiere on Netflix, and then air later on AMC.
The El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie is available as an Original for the rest of the globe.
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