Six years back as one of the most epic series, ‘Breaking Bad’ ended with Walter White, the one who knocks, being knocked down. The creators are now back with a movie based on the series. The official title of the movie reads, ‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’. Reuniting the fans with Aaron Paul, the Emmy Award Winner, as Jesse Pinkman, the film follows him after his dramatic escape from captivity at a Nazi compound shown in the series finale named as ‘Felina’.
In the teaser, Charles Baker reprises his role as Skinny Pete. Pete is seen being interrogated by Police for Jesse’s whereabouts. But Pete being Pete does not give any lead to the DEA Officials. The thing which baffled the audience is that there is no trace of Pinkman. Moreover, whether Pete is actually in the dark about Jesse (which is a little hard to digest) or just saving his friend by playing with the minds of the Police is a big question. With Pete recalling what exactly happened to Jesse in the captivity suggests that the movie is going to pick up from the series finale.
Along with the trailer, Netflix also released a poster of the movie. Featuring the famous green gas of the original ‘Breaking Bad’ opening credits, created by a car speeding away, the poster is raising the curiosity among its viewers. However, the iconic periodic table-themed font that was used throughout the series’ five season run is missing (Is it hinting that Pinkman is no more cooking?) and the ‘El Camino’ title dominates the image.
This gripping thriller is written and directed by Vince Gilligan, the creator of Breaking Bad, produced by Mark Johnson, Melissa Bernstein, Charles Newirth, Diane Mercer and Aaron Paul, in association with Sony Pictures Television.
Sharing his excitement Aaron Paul wrote, “ 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”💎💰”, as the ‘Breaking Bad’ movie’s teaser was leaked, followed by official release of it by Netflix. The film is going to be released worldwide on October 11.
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
Till then Let’s Cook!