Breaking Bad Movie Gets More Intriguing Details

Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad

In the Breaking Bad series finale, Cranston's character, meth kingpin Walter White, apparently died by gunshot while freeing his assistant Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) from neo-Nazis holding him captive.

If the news is indeed to be trusted, it leads us to wonder what sort of form a Breaking Bad movie would take.

"Greenbrier", a film focusing on a man who escaped after being kidnapped and his subsequent path to freedom, will begin production later this month and continue into February, the Albuquerque Journal reported Tuesday.

Series creator Vince Gilligan is said to be working on the series, per not only THR but also other industry outlets such as TheWrap, Variety, Collider and so on.

While a distributor has yet to be revealed, most theatrical movies and traditional television projects are announced well in advance. "There's a question of whether or not we would even see Walter White in this movie", Cranston said.

Breaking Bad, the crime drama about a high school chemistry teacher (Bryan Cranston) who begins selling meth to secure money for his family after he's diagnosed with terminal cancer, originally ran for five seasons on United States network AMC.

As reported by the Albuquerque Journal, according to the New Mexico Film Office, a production now titled "Greenbrier" will "begin production in the Duke City mid-November through early February".

The Journal also reports the title as "Greenbriar", although whether that's the final title has not been confirmed.

While he heavily suggested that series creator Vince Gilligan is hard at work on developing a feature-length Breaking Bad project, Cranston wasn't as forthcoming about the potential return of protagonist Walter White. And there's a lot of people who felt that they wanted to see some kind of completion to some of these storylines that were left open.

"Breaking Bad" fans are about to get to find out what happened to one very important character in the series.

Why it matters: Breaking Bad debuted on January 20, 2008, and ran for five seasons.

He said: "I love that guy [Jesse] so much".

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