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Breaking Bad fans were finally thrown a bone when Netflix dropped a new El Camino trailer at the 2019 Emmy Awards.
It's been anticipated that the film would pick up where the series left off, following the show's dramatic conclusion in 2013, which left fans with unanswered questions about the fates of various characters.
The 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 a huge shootout.
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 new #ElCamino trailer CONFIRMS Walter White is dead...radio says "nine dead" and there were eight gang members killed plus Walter makes nine
- aimee (@aimee_katz) September 23, 2019
9 male victims... Walter White is officially dead, can you all shut up saying he's alive now?
- NAKEDEVILDEMONDOLLBABY (@supercringeteam) September 23, 2019
Officially official that Walter White is indeed dead https://t.co/F5gdu1oi1c pic.twitter.com/HSHDrkFtsG
- Trav Su'a (@travsua) September 23, 2019
Last time we saw Jesse, of course, 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 - oh right, the title - before screeching away.
So it sounds like his escape hasn't quite been a stress-free departure from his old life - it seems he's a wanted man. Dunno about you, but I am here for this premise.
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