Breaking Bad: the movie sequel with Aaron Paul will be on AMC and Netflix
And, in short, not only is the film sequel to Breaking Bad will be for real, but come on Netflix before on AMC. And this is what shows to The Hollywood Reporter, along with the fact that Aaron Paul will reprise the role of Jesse Pinkman in what will be a sequel to the critically acclaimed drama starring Bryan Cranston.
The film, still untitled, will debut first on Netflix (which holds the rights for the spin-off Better Call Saul, also in Italy) and then on AMC, which originally broadcast the show, but thanks to Netflix has acquired the popularity that it has.
Written by series creator Vince Gilligan, the series will focus “on the escape of a man imprisoned, and on his request for freedom.” In the end of 2013 Breaking Bad, in fact, Jesse was on the run. The pre-production of the film began last November and Gilligan will be producer, with Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein, and perhaps even director.
Just in November was the same Bryan Cranston to confirm the existence of this film at The Dan Patrick Show. He had declared that he did not know if the deceased Walter White would have made part, but if Gilligan she had asked him he would have said definitely yes.
On the other hand, rumors of a possible sequel/reunion/revival followed immediately after the end of the show, finding the time “home” in the prequel focused on Saul Goodman.
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