Bryan Cranston And Aaron Paul Get Breaking Bad Fans Excited With Cryptic Instagram Post
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Bryan Cranston has certainly been doing his best to pique the curiosity of Breaking Bad fans recently, and today he's taken to Instagram to further fuel the fires.
The Walter White actor posted a picture of himself with co-star Aaron Paul (who plays Jesse Pinkman in the show), wading through a stream in what looks like baking heat. Adding to the sense of intrigue was the cryptic caption: "Even sooner."
Could this be a hint of things to come in the forthcoming Breaking Bad movie? Some fans seem to think so, although with - SPOILER ALERT, although it finished six years ago, so come on! You've had plenty of time to catch up - Walter appearing to be somewhat dead in the show's dramatic finale, this leaves a lot of questions as to what that movie might actually entail.
A miraculous recovery? A prequel? Details are still thin on the ground, with creator Vince Gilligan confirming nothing more than that he's working on a two-hour film to tie in with the cult series... so frankly, who knows?
In any case, the pic appears to be a follow-up to another message posted on the social media accounts of both Cranston and Paul last week, which was simply a picture of two donkeys with the caption: "Soon."
While this picture also had fans all in a tizz, questioning whether this was a clue as to what might happen in the movie ( "Donkey is a Mule... Drug Mules... Heisenberg is back," wrote one fan on Twitter, referencing Cranston's character Walter White and his nefarious nickname), it appears the answer to this one might be a bit less exciting.
The duo's fellow star Anna Gunn (Skyler White) has torpedoed rumours that the donkey image might be linked to the forthcoming movie in an appearance on The One Show, explaining it was more likely related to the pair's move into the booze business.
"I believe it is a nod to a mezcal tequila that they are bringing out, the two of them, called Dos Hombres," Anna told host Mel Giedroyc.
"Bryan was going to have a launch party on Cinco de Mayo last month and he promised that there would be donkeys there.
"I got very excited about that and said I'd bring my kids and then [it didn't happen]."
Mel then asked if it was anything to do with a potential Breaking Bad film, to which Gunn replied: "No, I'm sorry!"
Still, you'd have to say that 'even sooner' suggests something else is set to happen before we get more info on the tequila, so could this latest post be a sign that we're going to see Walter and Jesse in action once more?
Looks like we're going to have to wait and see.
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