Fans Think Breaking Bad Movie Trailer Told Us ‘Walter Is Back’
Breaking Bad fans love a good theory and after the new El Camino trailer drop, they are in overdrive and at the moment we're all questioning whether or not Walter White returns.
After being left with unanswered questions relating to the fate of the chemistry teacher turned drug baron, all sorts of conclusions have been jumped to.
The latest is that the answer lies right in front of us, within the song on the new trailer. The song, by Reuben and the Dark, is called Black Water - which has led some eagle-eyed fans to believe that it is an intentional anagram of 'Walter Back', meaning Walter didn't die at the end of the final season after all.
Bear with me. This is actually a common theme with Breaking Bad titles. One example that is widely accepted is the finale of the fourth season, which is titled Face Off, is sound-tracked by a song of the same name, and also, incidentally Gus ends up with half his face hanging off.
However, the trailer also seemed to suggest that Walter White was in fact dead after that brutal final shootout.
The new trailer also shows Jesse Pinkman, played by Aaron Paul, sitting in his car listening to a radio broadcast of police investigating multiple people dead after the gun fight.
People have already pointed out that the broadcast says that nine bodies have been located.
There were eight gang members in Breaking Bad's final shootout and Walter White would make the ninth, meaning this could be the confirmation that Bryan Cranston's character is dead.
The last time we saw Jesse was at the end of Breaking Bad's final season, as he found himself caught in a gunfight with sinister gang leader Jack's men, which eventually saw a wounded Walter asking his former partner to kill him - but, of course, Jesse refused.
As the final scene played out we could see Jesse grabbing Jack's car, an El Camino before screeching away. And guess what the film's called? That's right - El Camino. See?
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