The new trailer for & # 39; El Camino: A Breaking Evil & # 39; was published with an indication of what happened to Walter White and Jesse Pinkman.
A new trailer for & # 39; El Camino: A Breaking Bad movie debuted on Sunday night before the official release of the film on Netflix on October 1
The film becomes extinct after the events of the Breaking Bad finals, when Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) escapes captivity after being held hostage and forced to cook meth for the Nazi group that took over the business. after Walter White was unmasked as Heisenberg.
While the trailers do not give much clues, the film is focused on Jesse's journey to the events of "Breaking Bad," though the short teaser returns only to the show's final, where Walter White (Bryan Cranston) helped his former Assistants by imprisoning the Nazi. A broadcast report on the massacre on the Nazi grounds is the only clue we get when Jesse sits in his El Camino after escaping.
A terrible scene with several victims. It started when neighbors reported they had heard hundreds of shots. When the police arrived from Albuquerque, they discovered the bodies of nine male victims, many of whom were shot several times. Experienced police officers call the mass of slaughter "graduation". Apparently, a remote-controlled machine gun was used in the murders. The investigators are looking for an interesting person who has fled the scene. "
The most interesting part of this broadcasting report is the number of bodies found at the scene after Jesse fled to freedom. At the end of" Breaking Bad, "nine bodies appeared after the shootings before Jesse escaped. Jack, the head Nazi, and his lads Kenny, Matt, Frankie, Lester and two nameless white Supremacist gang members along with his nephew Todd, who was killed by Jesse after he was released. The final shot of "Breaking Bad" hit Walter White, who hit a bullet during the shootout and bleeding on the floor when the authorities arrived.
Many have speculated that Walt may have survived and not die in the final, but if the number of corpses appearing on the news on the radio is correct, it means that nine people have died – and the ninth and last person who died in this scene was Walter White.
That does not mean, of course, that Walt could not appear in a kind of flashback scene in the movie, but after this news report, it seems as if "Breaking Bad" leaves the Captain dead and buried – at least for the moment.
Read the full trailer for & # 39; El Camino: A Groundbreaking Movie & # 39; before the release on October 11th.