Breaking Bad Movie El Camino Drops On Netflix Today
The day has finally arrived: Breaking Bad day.
While the show hasn't been revamped or rebooted (thank the Lord), the movie spin-off, El Camino, has arrived on Netflix.
Now everyone will know what happened to Jessie Pinkman (Aaron Paul) after that intense shootout that took the lie of the anti-hero Walter White (Bryan Cranston).
The first full trailer for the highly anticipated film was released last month and gave us a much more in depth look at what we can expect from the film compared to the two teasers released earlier.
Last time we saw Jesse in the finale of Breaking Bad, he was screeching away in Jack's car, an El Camino.
As the trailer shows, for the film we'll be picking things up in the moments immediately after, opening with the sirens of police cars - presumably chasing after our protagonist.
As suspected, it looks like Jesse's escape hasn't been the stress-free departure from his old life he continually craved.
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At one point, we see Jesse drive out to what appears to be the Tohajiilee Navajo reservation, which you'll know as the iconic spot that he and Walter first started up shop and cooked together. He's busy digging - could it be the graves for Hank and Gomez?
We also now know we'll see the return of Badger, aka Brandon Mayhew, who is one of Jesse's old pals.
When the show finished all those years ago, many were speculating whether Walt could have survived such a brutal onslaught of bullets. Many wondered whether emergency services were able to save him, which could bring on a whole new set of drama.
However, it appears that was dashed when the teaser was released during the Emmy Awards.
The broadcast states that nine bodies have been located, but as we know there were eight gang members in Breaking Bad's final shootout and many people believe Walter could be the one making up the numbers - meaning this could be the confirmation that Bryan Cranston's character is finally done.
So grab your popcorn, pull down the blinds and soak up the last glimmer of life in the fast lane.
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