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Since El Camino is a sequel to Breaking Bad, it is unlikely that Walter will come back. Unless a wild left turn becomes a zombie movie.
Nearly six years ago, Jesse Pinkman drove into the sunset in a battered Chevrolet El Camino, which came closest to a happy-end fan of the incredibly popular TV show. Breaking Bad could reasonably have been expected.
But it seems like that's not the end of the character actor Aaron Paul played, as we learned a few months ago that Pinkman would return in . Breaking Bad and now it has been announced that it will be released on Netflix in October.
The New York Times reported that Netflix plans to announce the movie El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie on Monday and that it's about Pinkman, with a short storyline stating, " After his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse has to deal with his past to forge a kind of future. "
In an interview, Paul announced that he met two years ago by Breaking Bad inventor Vince Gilligan had been contacted for the possibility of a movie. At the end of a telephone conversation about plans to mark the 10th anniversary of the debut of the Gilligan series, he said he had an idea of where he could take it from, and he wanted to hear my thoughts about it. I quickly told Vince that I would follow him into a fire. "
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Gilligan, who wrote and directed El Camino Paul presented a script that the actor said he was speechless "for a good 30, 60 seconds. "
" I was lost only in my thoughts. As the guy who played the guy, I was so happy that Vince wanted to take me on this trip. While Netflix has done a remarkable job of keeping the film a secret, some slip-ups have since occurred. This happened to Bob Odenkirk, who appeared in Breaking Bad as a morally flexible lawyer, Saul Goodman, and in the prequel series Better Call Saul who recently left a slip-up to Hollywood Reporter that the film was finished.
"I find it hard to believe that you do not know he said, "You know what I mean, how is this a secret?" But it is, they have done amazing things to keep it a secret. "
And Netflix even had a short mistake when it accidentally published a placeholder image on its website that revealed the name and the short plot summary. The picture has been down since then, but that's the internet, so of course someone has a screenshot of it.