Vince Gilligan’s ‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Headed To Netflix & AMC

Carla Harmon
February 14, 2019

Aaron Paul's character Jesse Pinkman is rumoured to be taking the lead.

Multiple outlets reported a few interesting details about the film sequel to the iconic TV show "Breaking Bad" from unnamed sources on Wednesday.

When the Breaking Bad finale aired in 2013, viewers were pretty sure it was the last we'd seen of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). News about the plot is scarce, but it seems that it will follow the aftermath of the events that occurred in the show's finale.

The Breaking Badiverse (look at us, just making up words cause we feel like it here at ScreenCrush) already has one prequel: The ongoing AMC series Better Call Saul starring Bob Odenkirk in the years before his character transformed into the character he became on Breaking Bad. The streamer also gave one of its original film productions, Roma, a rare extended theatrical run; the film is now a front-runner for this month's Best Picture award at the Academy Awards.

There are numerous ways to watch (or re-watch for an eighth time) Breaking Bad: AMC, iTunes, old-fashioned DVDs.

Representatives for AMC, Netflix and producers Sony Pictures TV all declined to comment. AMC told HuffPost that it had no information. "I'm no expert on the sociological elements of it, but I've got to think a big part of what has changed is streaming video on demand, particularly with operations like Netflix, iTunes and Amazon Prime". "But I honestly have not even read the script ... there's a question of whether or not we would even see Walter White in this movie", Cranston said. Cranston did recently speak to The Dan Patrick Show and teased that he'd be interested in returning.

This is apparently the movie titled "Greenbrier" that, according to the New Mexico Film Office, was set to shoot in Albuquerque (the setting for Breaking Bad) from November through this month.

"Yes, there appears to be a movie version of Breaking Bad".

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