What You Need To Know About The New Breaking Bad Movie

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Over the past month, word has spread about the possible release of a new Breaking Bad movie that would elaborate on the life of Jesse Pinkman (played by Aaron Paul).

This is big news to Breaking Bad fans like myself, who were left on the edge of their seats after the series finale in 2013. (Spoiler alert) the finale consisted of Jesse Pinkman breaking free after months of being forced to “cook” methamphetamine in slave-like conditions, leaving fans questioning “what happened next?”.

There is little known about the plot of the movie, as producers are trying to keep it under wraps, but Bryan Cranston (who plays the main character in Breaking Bad, Walter White) confirmed on The Dan Patrick Show that, “there appears to be a movie version of Breaking Bad”.

However, he mentioned that he had not read the script yet and that it is not confirmed whether or not Walter White will appear in the movie. All that is known is that the movie will be written and directed by Breaking Bad creator, Vince Gilligan, who also co-created the Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul, which is still in the making.

The unnamed film is only in the early stages of development, so much more could change about the characters and content of the movie. Talk of the movie only started late in 2018, so a release date will probably not be confirmed for at least another year. Netflix has first-run rights to the movie though, so it will be easily accessible to many fans.

If the movie is anything similar to the television show, then it will certainly not disappoint.”

If the movie is anything similar to the television show, then it will certainly not disappoint. The show is packed with odd characters and action filled scenes that keep viewers wanting more content. With over a six year gap between the end of Breaking Bad and the announcement of the new movie, new factors could affect the plot such as the legalization of methamphetamine in Colorado and the legalization of marijuana in many western states. Overall, the movie seems like it will be a success, even with the little revealed about it.

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