Nearly six years ago, Breaking Bad viewers saw the final episode of this series, in which the Drummer Walter White (played by Bryan Cranston ) emerged from hiding and sacrificed his life to save his unique partner, Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) from a gang of the Aryan Brotherhood. When White ran out in a meth lab and the credits rolled, the audience thought it might be the last time they saw many of these characters.
But it turns out that the story of "Breaking Bad" is not quite finished yet.
] On Monday, Netflix plans to release a new "Breaking Bad" movie featuring Pinkman, Paul's thrilling meth cook, who recently starred in a television series starring a stolen Chevrolet El Camino see parts was unknown.
"It's a chapter of" Breaking Bad, "which I did not realize I wanted," Paul said in an interview. "And now that I have it, I'm so happy it's there."
Netflix provided only the shortest summary of action by "El Camino," which states, "After his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse must." resign oneself to his past in order to forge a future.
Paul said in an interview that he was forbidden to reveal more about what happened in the movie. But like the fans of the show, he also said he thought he had said goodbye to the end of the TV series about the world of Breaking Bad.
"It was a tough, emotional thing for all of us," Paul said. "And when the finale came, we all came together and hugged each other and said I love you. And that was it. "
In his last movie appearance as Pinkman, Paul said," I liked the way Jesse flew through the outer gates of the Nazi grounds. He screams, he cries. He has these emotions in his body. And then it simply cuts off from him. "
But Paul said he received a phone call from Gilligan about two years ago, allegedly to talk about plans to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the debut of Breaking Bad. 19659011] "At the end of the conversation," Paul said, "he mentioned that he had an idea of where he should take it from here, and he wanted to hear my thoughts about it." I quickly told Vince that I was following him in a fire
Paul said he could understand whether the audience wanted to reconsider the conclusion of "Breaking Bad," whose final episode remains one of the few highly regarded finals, of modern television the title "Better Call Saul" with Bob Odenkirk has captured the genesis of the character Saul Goodman before Walter White crossed his path.)
But Paul voiced all sorts of concerns as he cast Gilligan's screenplay for "El "I could not speak for 30 or 60 seconds," he said, "I was just lost in thought as the guy who played the guy was me so happy that Vince wanted to take me on this trip.
As for "Breaking Bad" and "Better Call Saul," production for "El Camino" took place in and around Albuquerque. Publications such as the Albuquerque Journal released a film under the code name "Greenbrier" and quickly discovered that it was associated with "Breaking Bad".
Paul, however, said that at the time of the filming The media drew attention to the project: "The film had already happened and was in the tin . It was done.
If anyone asked him what he was doing during that time, Paul said, "All I said was that I'm making this little indie in New Mexico, and that's it. Nobody guessed it.
He added, "I definitely had people asking," Are you making a "Better Call Saul"? " And I would go, "Hey, man, I wish I was, but they just have a break."
Although it might be reasonable to wonder if "El Camino" would give him another notable "Breaking Bad" -Alumni as Cranston, Odenkirk, will reunite Krysten Ritter or Jonathan Banks Paul said again he must be silent on this subject.
"All I can say, I think "People will be really happy with what they see," he explained.
] Paul has many professional secrets these days: He's also in the upcoming third season HBO sci-fi Series "Westworld" in a role that he could not divulge yet.
] Asked if he ever had to keep silent about so many things at the same time in his career, Paul said, "Not at all, but I like it. Man. "