Netflix Offers Fans Chance To Be Some Of The First To Watch El Camino At Breaking Bad Experience
Let me explain.
The movie reunites fans with Jesse Pinkman - as well as a host of familiar characters from the TV series - and picks up immediately after the show's finale.
To coincide with the general release of the film, Netflix has set up a special screening of the film at a top-secret Central London location on Friday 11 October 2019.
Before sitting down to experience the screening of El Camino, super-fans will have the opportunity to remind themselves of the world they love by exploring Netflix's curated Breaking Bad walkthrough.
To get your hands on a ticket, all you have to do is prove that you really are a Breaking Bad super-fan by answering one simple question.
That question is: "How would this number end? 148..."
Think you know the answer? Well, then you've got yourself the password to book yourself ticket by following this link.
Get it right, and you're in.
Get it wrong, hard luck.
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Excited? You should be.
So, what do we know about the film? Well, you can have a look at the trailer above. As ever, it seems as if Jesse has managed to get himself into a bit of trouble.
Resuming the story shortly after the conclusion of the series, police sirens sound in the distance and Jesse is still on the hunt for the quiet life that he craves.
It was recently confirmed that we'll see a lot of familiar faces from Breaking Bad on the silver screen. Skinny Pete, Badger, Old Joe, and Mike Ehrmantraut are all getting back into the saddle.
We'll maybe see Saul Goodman at some point, too.
However, the question everyone wants to know is; will Walter White make an appearance?
In case you've not seen the series - here's your obligatory SPOILER ALERT - Walter White, we think, died at the end of the series.
That doesn't mean that Bryan Cranston's iconic meth-peddling science teacher won't feature in some capacity in El Camino. He just might be limited to a flashback or a hallucination.
There is a mystery voice at the end of the trailer that has people wondering whether he's showing up. It could be his voice, it could be the voice of Ed 'The Disappearer'.
If you can't make it down to Central London to prove your Breaking Bad super-fan credentials, you'll be able to see El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie on Netflix from October 11.
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