The fact that Aaron Paul will star in the "Breaking Bad" movie "El Camino" has long been known. Now a new teaser delivers even more details.
On October 11, 2019, the time has finally come: "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" starts on Netflix and will clarify a question that could not really answer the series "Breaking Bad" in the final episode: What will happen to Jesse Pinkman? (Aaron Paul)? While his colleague and boss Walter White (Bryan Cranston) has blessed time, Pinkman goes to freedom. Or not?
NO HAPPY END FOR JESSE PINKMAN?
Of course, there can be no question of a happy ending at "Breaking Bad". Nine dead and a gigantic bloodbath are and will remain terrible. But after all, Pinkman seemed to have the hope of a restart. In the new trailer, however, we now see him sitting in the car at night watching the radio news. He should not be particularly happy about the news because he is wanted.
Many details of the "Breaking Bad" movie are not yet known, because the project has long been a big secret. At least now we know that "El Camino" starts immediately after the end of the AMC series and Pinkman is on the run.
VINCE GILLIGAN RECOMMENDS "BREAKING BATH" TO GIFT
No wonder then that showrunner Vince Gilligan, who is also a director of the Netflix movie, hopes many viewers have watched Breaking Bad every five seasons. As he has revealed in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, "El Camino" is more fun when the series action is still present in the minds: "We do not stop to explain things to an audience, the 'Breaking Bad' is not knows. If there was away in the script to explain things, I certainly did not see it ".
How and if Pinkman comes out of this alive, we learn on October 11, 2019, on Netflix. If you want to enjoy the new trailer again in the original, here's the opportunity: