Breaking Bad Movie Has Finished Filming
Although details around the new Breaking Bad movie are pretty thin on the ground, it's been confirmed by Bob Odenkirk - who played Saul Goodman in the series - that filming is now complete.
When Bob was speaking to Movie Web about season five of Better Call Saul, the inevitable came into conversation, and he didn't want to let on too much.
He said: "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."
Director of the original series - which, by the way, is one of the highest rated of all time - Vince Gilligan has confirmed he's working on a two-hour film to tie in with the cult series.
We know that it was filmed in the New Mexico area and its working title is Greenbrier, but in terms of detail that's pretty much it.
One thing we can be relatively confident about though - the dynamic, and unlikely, protagonist duo of Breaking Bad will be in the film together.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, who play Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, tweeted out identical photos from their Twitter accounts at the exact same time, all but confirming they are working on something together.
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Ever since the news broke that there was going to be a Breaking Bad movie, people have been wondering what it's going to be about.
Some theories have suggested that it could be that the blue meth is still being distributed by someone else, others want a really boring prequel about Walt going through his teaching career.
Thankfully it's neither of those options and the actual storyline seems a lot juicier.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the movie will focus on Jesse Pinkman (played by Aaron Paul) and the aftermath of the final season.
In the climactic sequence, Jesse is involved in a gunfight with Jack's men. Walt asks Jesse to kill him after being wounded in the battle, but Jesse refuses to go through with it. The two old friends look at each other one last time, before Pinkman grabs Todd's El Camino car and takes off through the gates.
The last we saw of him, he was screaming and crying tears of joy, seemingly free of his narcotics nightmare.
So now it seems as though the upcoming movie will revolve around his life post-Walt, post-blue meth and post-nearly dying.
I, for one, can't wait.
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