Dust off your fan theories, kids, because Breaking Bad is coming back as a movie. And we don't know if original stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris and others will return to reprise their roles. The production house is expected to begin filming this month in New Mexico where the New Mexico Film Office confirmed that a project titled Greenbrier is scheduled for filming.
We'll be keeping our eyes peeled on the rumour mill and will keeo you updated.
Breaking Bad had five seasons to chronicle the slow, maddening descent from suburban banality into criminal underworld for Walter White, a chemistry teacher diagnosed with lung cancer.
It was not immediately clear if the forthcoming film would land on TV or in theaters, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
He signed a three-year agreement with Sony Pictures Television in July, which raises the possibility that the "Breaking Bad" project may be destined for TV.
Well, that tracks. This just about the only thing that would've made sense, given that leaked logline, one of the few dangling Breaking Bad plot threads that might sustain an entire film.
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"The kidnapped man is Jesse Pinkman and the movie will follow his escape from Albuquerque following the bloody events of the series finale", SlashFilm writes.
The Emmy-winning AMC drama Breaking Bad is getting another franchise expansion, with a film that has been quietly been put together for a mid-November through early February shoot in New Mexico. Even better. And don't even get us started on Aaron Paul dressing his baby daughter up as Heisenberg, please.
However, it is unclear if Bryan Cranston's character White will be making an appearance in the movie.
No title has been revealed for the film, nor a release date.
Cranston said he had not seen a script, but had spoken to series creator Vince Gilligan about the film.
It seems as though AMC wants to create giant spinoffs of their most famous projects, and I am not buying it so far.