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El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

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El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

Sometimes, dreams come true. In a world where we just got Veronica Mars back and Tool just released a new album, nowhere is this more true right now than on our TVs. Which is why it comes as no surprise that Netflix just announced a TV movie we’ve all been waiting for.

No, not another Firefly movie, we already got one of those, stop being greedy. I’m talking about a fully-fledged Breaking Bad movie, courtesy of original series creator, Vince Gilligan.

Warning: Breaking Bad spoilers ahead.

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

On Saturday, fans around the world were rewarded for their years of rewatches and Skylar White slash fiction with an announcement. Netflix will be releasing El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, starring Aaron Paul.

Taking place seemingly immediately after the events of one of the successful drama series in the history of television, the movie is set for release on Friday, October 11. Premiering first on Netflix before airing on AMC at a later date, the movie will follow Jesse Pinkman (Paul) after his escape from neonazis in the series finale.

When last we saw Pinkman, his meth mentor, Walter White, had just freed him from the group after months of captivity. Paul’s character said a tense goodbye before hopping in a Chevrolet El Camino and speeding toward an uncertain future. White, who’d just been shot in the escape scuffle, made remained behind, dying moments before the police arrived.

Walter White?

Of course, as fans of anything are wont to do, Breaking Bad fans immediately began speculating about an appearance from show protagonist, Walter White.

Paul managed to get tongues wagging, somewhat, when he offered fans the following scene to watch to get prepared for the movie:

The scene shows Pinkman dressing down White for manipulating him into his role in the show’s central meth empire. Some have guessed that this might hint at further Walter White involvement in the Jesse Pinkman story. Whether that holds any water has yet to be seen.

Excitement, All ‘Round

Paul has since gone on the record about his excitement over the upcoming movie. “It’s a Breaking Bad chapter that I didn’t realize I wanted.”

So it’s safe to say the proverbial hype is real for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. Check out the link to the tantalizing teaser trailer, and let us know what you think in the comments below!

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