Written and directed by Gilligan and set to premiere on Netflix on October 11, the film focuses on what happened to Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) after the credits rolled on "Felina" and asks an important question: will Jesse be a victim of the past, or can he carve out a new future for himself?
With a little over a month to go before the series sequel-film makes its way to the streaming service (on October 11th), Netflix is offering fans (and new fans) a look back on the road that led Jesse to El Camino.
In the following music video-teaser, we see the highs and lows that captivated fans for five seasons and gets viewers up-to-speed before the sequel film's debut - to the tune of "Enchanted" by Chloe X formally"reintroduced" fans to Jesse in an Instagram post week, Paul assigned fans "homework" in the form of a clip from Breaking Bad he posted on social media via Screenplayed.
From "One Minute" (season 3, episode 7), here's the moment when Jesse turns down Walter's (Bryan Cranston) offer - and a better look at Screenplayed's presentation of the Netflix Television Event EL CAMINO: A BREAKING BAD MOVIE reunites fans with Jesse Pinkman (Emmy-winner Aaron Paul).
A Brief History of the "Breaking Bad" Movie While the trail of breadcrumbs began much earlier, we're going to pick up in early June 2019, the Tony Award-winning Cranston was quizzed for details on the project by Entertainment Tonight - and it turned out to be just as vague and entertainingly uninformative as he wanted it to be: ● On how Walter White could return, considering his current condition ("Well, rigor mortis has a way of allowing that to happen"): "Could be [in] a flashback, or a flash forward.
bring a number of characters' storylines to their natural conclusion: "It’s a great story, and there’s a lot of people who felt that they wanted to see some sort of completion to some of these storylines that were left on-screen partner in crime is right on board with him: speaking at the Sun Valley Film Festival in March 2019, the actor wouldn't confirm or deny production on the project - but he did address returning for a Breaking Bad project in broader terms and to Jesse Pinkman specifically at a Variety-sponsored event: “Rumors are funny — I once heard a rumor that I was being cast as Han Solo.
The road to El Camino began in late 2018 in New Mexico, with The Albuquerque Journal first reporting on the project through documents filed through the New Mexico Film Office.