Yes, the 'Breaking Bad' Movie is Really Happening and Internet Simply Cannot Keep Calm
Are you ready for it?
Are you ready for it?
After countless cryptic posts and sly hints that a Breaking Bad movie may be on the cards, Netflix US has finally confirmed that the movie, titled El Camino, will go live from October 11. If rumors are to be believed, the filming has already been wrapped up and a trailer is on its way.
Also, Aaron Paul and Charles Baker will be reprising their roles as Jesse Pinkman and Skinny Pete respectively. Bryan Cranston is also expected to make an appearance in the new film, but the nature of his role remains unknown.
"Where's Jesse Pinkman?" seems to be on everyone's mind. What's going to happen in the new film? Will it pick up where the show left off? Also, what happens to Skinny Pete?
If you haven't watched the teaser yet, you don't know what you're missing out on. Here you go:
*Busy re-binging till October 11th pic.twitter.com/D1bAwk0DxH— Wuan (@Iamologist) August 24, 2019
48 days, 62 episodes pic.twitter.com/A585eQDygC— Jed (@JedAnderson_) August 24, 2019
We rewatching the series before this or what? pic.twitter.com/3t3lUVhvRg— Barrett Courtney (@SadBoyBarrett) August 24, 2019
A new #BreakingBad movie is debuting on Oct. 11th; a day after my birthday, this is the best birthday present I can ever receive. One of my favorite TV shows, ever.— ｱ乃 (@pierobuccellato) August 24, 2019
i just want jesse pinkman to have a happy ending pic.twitter.com/oFmKBZk7jW— gina (@chalameche) August 24, 2019
me: they don’t need to make a breaking bad sequel movie. the series ended perfectlyme after hearing skinny pete’s voice for 0.5 seconds: pic.twitter.com/e6HUTm0RJ7— punished sebulba (@protann) August 24, 2019
It's not too late. If you haven't watched the show yet, you can still binge watch the seasons to know what happens. Are you read?
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