Netflix shared the treasure and release date for “EI Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” starring Aaron Paul. Netflix’s original film premieres on Netflix on October 11, 2019.
Saturday morning gave validation to these rumors when a screengrab leaked that seemed to reveal the placeholder page on Netflix after there have been rumors for months. The rumors suggested that even included “Better Call Saul” star, Bob Odenkirk, stirring the pot earlier this weak by mentioning that the breaking Bad movie had already been filmed, according to a report from Digital Spy.
The movie will be out in October on Netflix and is a sequel to what happened in the brilliant predecessor. The movie will open up the story in its own unique way – this time we are going to see what happened to Jesse Pinkman after the brutal aftermath of Breaking Bad.
The new york times says: “In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity Jesse must come to forge some kind of future.”
Aaron Paul is set to return as a series favorite, Jesse Pinkman. By watching the trailer he appears to be on the run from his captors, the law, and his past. Fans of the series will remember that Jesse’s fate, with Jesse fleeing in Todd’s EL Camino to places unknown.
The director “El Camino: A breaking Bad story” has been directed and written by creator Vince Gilligan, who has also been busy Better Call Saul.
The teaser trailer features Skinny Pete in an interrogation room answering questions on the whereabouts of Jesse Pinkman. While Pete recapping to the officers the conditions from which Walter rescued Jesse during the series finale.