A sequel to the blockbuster AMC series 'Breaking Bad' has been officially announced with Aaron Paul in the lead role. Paul played Jesse Pinkman in the original series, the partner of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and he had won 3 Emmy Awards for his performance.
Paul kept the project under wraps though rumours regarding the film titled 'Greenbrier' was making rounds with Paul in a supporting role.
Netflix will be releasing a full-fledged film which follows Jesse Pinkman's escaper from the Neo-Nazi household as shown in the final season of the 'Breaking Bad'.
Charles Baker who plays the character of Skinny Pete, Pinkman's friend and partner in drug dealing will also play a prominent role in the film.
The film is titled 'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie', written and directed by Vince Gilligan, the creator of the 'Breaking Bad' series.
The teaser of the film shows Skinny Pete talking to the authorities who were apparently interrogating him. He says that he has no idea where Jesse Pinkman is and he will not reveal it to them as he does not want Jesse to go back to the cage.
'Breaking Bad' was one of the most critically acclaimed television series which has record winning number of awards to its credits. It was a popular show globally. The final episode aired in 2013.
Wait, I thought there was only Mezcal on the horizon? I’m so confused. Oh wait, got it. I understand now. It’s about patience. I guess there is a movie happening after all? Didn’t realize I could talk about it. I guess I can. Thanks New York Times for blowing up this “secret”💎💰— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) August 25, 2019