src = "https://d13ezvd6yrslxm.cloudfront.net/wp/wp-content/images/breaking-bad-movie-netflix-700×321.jpg "Old =" Breaking Bad The film Breaking Bad which is still largely hidden, goes to Netflix, the streaming service will first debut the film, starring Aaron Paul as Jesse Pinkman After Netflix, we move on to AMC, the network that broadcast Breaking Bad which is a big reversal from the past: AMC had it first, of course, and then the series became even more popular on Netflix. It's a sign of how much the entertainment landscape has changed as streaming becomes more prevalent.
The deadline broke news that Netflix's Breaking Bad movie is in. THR confirms this also says, "Netflix will be the first for will have the top-secret project aired on AMC. "As we've already confirmed, the movie will be a sequel that shows what happened to Aaron Paul's Jesse Pinkman after completing the hit series.
Spoilers follows for Breaking Bad .
At the end of the show, Jesse was imprisoned and forced to cook meth by some neo-Nazis, was rescued by his old partner / schoolteacher / sometimes friend / mortal enemy Walter White (Bryan Cranston). Walt did not come to the place to rescue Jesse, believing that Jesse volunteered to work with the Nazis. The plan was to mount a huge machine gun on a robotic arm (yes, really) in the trunk of his car. When Walt realized what was happening, he saved Jesse's life as the machine gun blew away all the Nazis. All except Todd (played by Jesse Plemons). Jesse then strangled Todd to death, jumped in a car, ran to freedom, and laughed madly. Walt, meanwhile, died of a gunshot wound he sustained during the big shooting.
While Jesse fled, his future was still very doubtful when the series ended. For one, he was still a wanted man for making meth with Walt. The movie will probably show us what Jesse did next after he left.
The film is written by serial designer Vince Gilligan who once commented on what he did to Jesse after the finale: [1
So far, Paul is the only actor who can return for the film, but there are rumors that other actors in the series will also return. Whether or not Bryan Cranston belongs is still a mystery. There is also the possibility that the Saul Goodman of Bob Odenkirk will appear, as this character now has its own show show, the excellent Better Call Saul .
. An interesting side note: Deadline says that this is a movie, there's a chance AMC will split it into a series: "The script is being shot as a feature, though it has not yet been decided how it will be broadcast, as a movie, or as a sequel of episodes. " Personally I hope it stays a movie, but we'll see.
Overall, I'm cautiously optimistic. Part of me liked the ambiguity of Jesse's escape, but I'm so much a fan of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul that I'm glad to see what's happening here.  Cool Posts from the Internet: