According to The Albuquerque Journal - relaying reports from the New Mexico Film Office - filming is scheduled to begin later this month on a Breaking Bad flick, which is now going under the possibly temporary name of "Greenbrier". "The movie will apparently "[track] the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom", and Jesse Pinkman is reportedly that man.
Besides Paul's return, other details - namely, will the film see Bryan Cranston reprise his iconic role as Walter White? - are yet to emerge. A source confirmed to the paper that "Greenbrier" is the "Breaking Bad" project. Production in the Duke City is scheduled to begin mid-November through early February, according to the Journal.
Actor Bryan Cranston, who played science-teacher-turned-meth-cook Walter White, has confirmed the movie is happening, though what shape it will take remains unclear. It appears we'll get to find out as part of this Breaking Bad movie, but it'll be interesting to see exactly what this is.
Gilligan has previously stated that he left Jesse's story open on objective so that fans could decide what would actually happen to him after the series ended.
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Sources told THR that Gilligan is penning the script, producing, and potentially directing.
A few days after announcing The Walking Dead would be making at least three TV movies for AMC, news broke that a Breaking Bad movie is also in the works, according to Entertainment Weekly, and it's possible that Netflix is involved. "Absolutely. If Vince Gilligan asked me to do it, sure, absolutely", Cranston said. Would this be another prequel in the vein of the phenomenal AMC series Better Call Saul? Let us know what you think a Breaking Bad movie would, should, and could be about!
The Emmy Award-winning series was set and filmed in Albuquerque for six years.
Of course, there begs the question of "do we need a Breaking Bad film?" The show has been renewed for its fifth season and is all set to go on air in 2019. The series was created by Gilligan and starred Cranston, Paul, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, RJ Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, Giancarlo Esposito, Jonathan Banks, Laura Fraser, and Jesse Plemons.