The Breaking Bad Movie Finally Has A Title And Release Date

The Breaking Bad Movie Finally Has A Title And Release Date

The movie titled as El Camino has been officially announced and is all set to hit Netflix on October 11, this year.

It is confirmed that the adventures of Jesse Pinkman are going to 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 Saturday, an image was released that let the title of the movie finally out of the bag and maybe they did it a bit too early. Reddit user saddadstheband posted a screenshot revealing it'll portray Aaron Paul's Pinkman, one of the AMC show's heroes, fleeing from "his captors, the law and his past" in the wake of the series finale, with series creator Vince Gilligan writing and directing.


The page was later on taken down but the leak added to the fuel and was enhanced by the report that leaked in February which suggested the Breaking Bad movie will air on both Netflix and AMC. The show originally ran from 2008 to 2013 mainly revolved around the character of Bryan Cranston, a chemistry teacher turned meth cook, and Paul was his former student turned partner.


This accidental reveal came shortly after Bob Odenkirk, who played crooked lawyer Saul Goodman in Breaking Bad and prequel series Better Call Saul, told Hollywood Reporter that the movie had already been shot. He aid, "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."


El Camino is written and directed by Breaking Bad series creator Vince Gilligan. It is said that apart from the confirmed cast of Baker and Paul, the film will see appearances by Krysten Ritter (Jane), Jonathan Banks (Mike), Jesse Plemons (Todd), Matt Jones (Badger), Robert Forster(Ed), Tess Harper (Mrs. Pinkman) and Kevin Rankin (Kenny). 


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