The Emmy Award-winning series aired on AMC before seasons were later made available on Netflix. Back in June this year, Cranston and Aaron Paul both took to social media and posted identical but cryptic messages regarding the movie.
If you are a fan of AMC's 'Breaking Bad' then this one is for you! Bob Odenkirk, who plays Walt’s shady attorney Saul Goodman talked about the movie's sequel that is all set to air on AMC and Netflix next year, during an interview about Better Call Saul season five. While talking to The Hollywood Reporter, he said, "I’ve heard so many different things about it, but I am excited about the Breaking Bad movie. I can’t wait to see it." When asked about why the movie is shrouded in secrecy, Odenkirk replied, saying, "I don’t know what people know and don’t know. I find it hard to believe you don’t know it was shot. They did it. You know what I mean? How is that a secret? But it is. They’ve done an amazing job of keeping it a secret."
This news comes in just a few short months after Breaking Bad fans seemingly spotted Bryan Cranston confirming the return of Walter White. Back in June this year, Cranston and Aaron Paul both took to social media and posted identical but cryptic messages regarding the movie. The shared an image of a pair of donkeys and simply captioned the picture writing, 'Soon'. They appeared to allude to the fact they were in Breaking Bad’s New Mexico setting, which in hindsight seems like fans had gotten completely correct.
The Breaking Bad movie is already done filming pic.twitter.com/fXqBEzz9Zp— Holy Flick 🎬 (@HolyFlick) 22 August 2019
The movie is going to continue with Jesse Pinkman's story and will pick up after the events of the series finale, and Paul has confirmed his attachment to the movie but there was a lot of ambiguity surrounding Walter's presence since in the series finale he was seen bleeding out from his gun wound, hence his involvement in the movie has been somewhat a mystery. The Emmy Award-winning series aired on AMC before seasons were later made available on Netflix. Vince Gilligan credited the streamer for its contribution to the show’s success in his 2013 Emmy acceptance speech and appreciated Netflix for keeping the show on air.
Whaaat ?!!!— Youssef TAAME (@Sefonline) 22 August 2019
"I don't know what people know and don't know. I find it hard to believe you don't know it was shot. They did it. You know what I mean? How is that a secret? But it is. They've done an amazing job of keeping it a secret." https://t.co/EyGQxe2R32
It is not clear if this movie is a prequel involving Bryan Cranston’s deceased Walter White or Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman. It might also focus on Jesse rebuilding his life in the wake of White’s death and being freed from the cartels.