'Breaking Bad' Movie May Feature Aaron Paul, Bryan Cranston's Return To End Jesse Pinkman's Storyline
Ten years after the AMC hit series ended, fans went berserk with the announcement of "Breaking Bad" movie. As viewers have been expecting for Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman's (Aaron Paul) appearance in "Better Call Saul," it might finally happen in this film.
Vince Gilligan would return to write and produce the new "Breaking Bad" movie. However, it is not yet confirmed if he would also direct the film.
The "Breaking Bad" movie is expected to be a television film as it will be under Vince Gilligan's deal with Sony TV. Some reports revealed that it would be about a kidnapped man's escape and his journey for freedom.
As its plotline ringed a bell, fans quickly guessed that the "Breaking Bad" movie is about Jesse Pinkman. /Film confirmed that the film would follow Aaron Paul's renowned character's quest after he escaped from Albuquerque. Hence, the expectations are high that the 39-year-old would reprise his role as Walter White's former partner.
Technically, Jesse's storyline was left wide open as nobody knew what happened to him after the events of "Breaking Bad" Season 5. So, the "Breaking Bad" movie might be the right medium to put a closure to his story.
In an earlier interview with Vince Gilligan, he predicted Jesse's faith post-"Breaking Bad." "They're going to find this kid's fingerprints all over this lab, and they're going to find him within a day or a week or a month," he said. "He's still going to be on the hook for the murder of two federal agents." Would this be the possible plotline of the "Breaking Bad" movie?
Aside from Aaron Paul, fans also wanted to see Bryan Cranston in the "Breaking Bad" movie, and it seemed like there is a big possibility about it. In an interview on "The Dan Patrick Show," via Comic Book, the 62-year-old star discussed his possible appearance in the film.
"I honestly have not even read the script," Bryan Cranston said the "Breaking Bad" movie. "So there's question [sic] of whether or not we will even see Walter White in this movie."
But if Vince Gilligan asked Bryan Cranston to be in the "Breaking Bad" movie, the "Isle of Dogs" star would surely say yes. He even admitted that the iconic series' creator already contacted him, but no words yet if he would be in the film.
Vince Gilligan has yet to announce the "Breaking Bad" movie's official title, but reports surfaced that it could be "Greenbrier." Although there is no release date yet, its production is said to start in New Mexico soon.