The adventures of the unfortunate Jesse Pinkman continue in Netflix's El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, and now we have more than the rumors, we have the trailer to prove it.
Earlier on Saturday, a wildcard image had been uncovered that had probably left the sequel to be too early. Reddit user saddadstheband has apparently posted a screenshot showing that Aaron Paul's Pinkman, one of the heroes of the AMC show, flees from "his kidnappers, the law, and his past" in the series finale, while serial designer Vince Gilligan writes and directing.
The page was removed, but the leak added fuel to a February report stating that the Breaking Bad movie is being aired on both Netflix and AMC. The show, which ran from 2008 to 201
The obvious coincidental revelation came shortly after Bob Odenkirk, who played the crooked lawyer Saul Goodman in Breaking Bad and the prequel series Better Call Saul, told Hollywood Reporter that the film had already been filmed.
"I find it hard to believe you do not know it was shot," he said. "You did it, you know what I mean, how is that a secret, but it is, you did amazing work to keep it a secret."
Published for the first time at 12:38 pm. PT.
Updated at 16:27. PT: Adds a trailer.