El Camino Featurette: Aaron Paul Reads Trailer Reactions

Carla Harmon
October 10, 2019

The series, created by Vince Gilligan, follows Bryan Cranston as Walter White, a chemistry teacher who becomes a drug lord after he begins making meth with one of his former students, Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul).

The crew seemed clean as they landed on the Los Angeles debut the place they offered up a tempest earlier than an exemplary vehicle absolutely anticipating their most up-to-date hit. All in all, like when Breaking Bad was on the air, it looks like everybody is having a great time being back in the messy world that Walter White created. Aaron had landed at the pamper occasion with his better half Lauren Parsekian, who had picked to wear a dalmatian print dress. Krysten Ritter, who performed Jane within the first association moreover confirmed up, but it was Dean Norris, who performed DEA operator Hank Schrader, who received everybody's consideration. Really, any semblance of Jonathan Banks, Giancarlo Esposito, and Jesse Plemons all appeared for the night time - and it will appear that they'd a superb time. Breaking Bad was a Peak TV sensation before the era of streaming, but with the upcoming arrival of El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, the cast must now do their internet due diligence. Nonetheless, the new trailer has everybody persuaded that the superstar will return - and we are simply excessively energized.


Gilligan says fans who were happy with the way the series ended don't have to see the movie.

He just responds "Yeah", with no "b***h", showing he actually has changed a little.


Will Jesse still be on the run?

There was no reason to clamor for more "Breaking Bad" after the finale in 2013, which brought closure and a measure of redemption to the central character - and more than 10 million viewers to AMC.


Three of these points are taken up previously by the guaranteed Jesse Pinkman {Aaron Paul}, Skinny Pete {Charles Baker}, and Brandon "Badger" Mayhew {Matt Jones}.

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