Here’s a piece of good news for all Heisenberg fans! A movie sequel of Breaking Bad is coming to Netflix and AMC starring Aaron Paul.
According to a report by Deadline, the movie will be written and directed by series creator Vince Gilligan who also co-created and executive produces AMC prequel series Better Call Saul.
The report states that it’s still unknown whether the project will be aired as one feature film or cut into episodes to be streamed on Netflix.
But the word is that the storyline would portray the “the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom,” and it isn’t hard to guess that this would be Aaron Paul’s character, Jesse Pinkman.
But the real question is where would Bryan Cranston and his character Walter White fit in the story?
There is a possibility that Cranston’s role could be included in a flashback or dream sequence — because let’s be honest, how can Breaking Bad be made without Heisenberg!
Also, Bryan Cranston has indicated that he doesn’t know if he will be casted again, but he’s ready to be back in action if Gilligan asks him.
Netflix hasn’t yet commented or confirmed the report, neither did AMC but we hope that the movie actually sees the light of the day.
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