Breaking Bad Movie in the Works From Creator Vince Gilligan

Breaking Bad Movie in the Works From Creator Vince Gilligan

After much speculation, the "Breaking Bad" movie will begin filming soon in Albuquerque.

Gilligan will be at the helm and also serve as executive producer alongside Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein - both of whom worked on Breaking Bad and the spin-off.

This is allegedly envisioned as a standalone installment in the franchise that lives in the Breaking Bad universe, however, it is not clear whether original cast members such as Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will reprise their roles. The previous report noted that production would commence in New Mexico next month. We know Breaking Bad is one of the most-watched shows on the streaming service, and they played a huge part in saving Breaking Bad when ratings were that good in the first two seasons of the show. In the clip, Bryan Cranston says he doesn't think Walter White is dead, which has big implications for what the movie could be. At the time, we didn't know who'd star in the film, whether it was meant to be a feature or a TV movie, or what it was about beyond "the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom". He recently showed up on the Dan Patrick Show, where he started out by seemingly confirming the film.

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"Breaking Bad" fans are about to get to find out what happened to one very important character in the series. As Uproxx reported, Cranston has expressed an interest in possibly joining the film, where he shared that he would "absolutely" jump on the project if Gilligan asked him to. We don't know if it's a continuation of the original series, or a prequel, or a spinoff. I have not gotten the script. That production will reportedly "follow the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom".

Gilligan's current project, Better Call Saul, chronicling Saul Goodman's small-time lawyer who takes his own journey into criminal activities, is up to its fifth season, airing in 2019. "All these bad things he's witnessed are going to scar him as well, but the romantic in me wants to believe that he gets away with it and moves to Alaska and has a peaceful life communing with nature".

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