There's going to be a Breaking Bad movie

Breaking Bad

There's going to be a Breaking Bad movie

Creator Vince Gilligan is reportedly working on a two-hour movie set inside the Breaking Bad universe.

Critic Dan Barrett, from the online newsletter Always Be Watching, agreed, likening it to an announcement this week that AMC, the network that aired Breaking Bad in the United States, would soon be making three films based on its popular TV series The Walking Dead.

On that front, the fact that The Albuquerque Journal are reporting that the movie will come with a logline saying it "tracks the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom", which very much seems to follow Jesse's story. Pinkman was played by Aaron Paul. A prequel series on AMC, "Better Call Saul", starring Bob Odenkirk, wrapped its fourth season in October.

One of the best-reviewed shows in TV history, Breaking Bad earned a total of 16 Emmys, including four best actor prizes for Cranston, and two Golden Globes.

It's not clear if the movie is intended for television or theatrical release, though Lincoln's spin-off trilogy is notably bound for AMC.

Seeing how Walter White met with a fatal end in the final episode of the show, it's unlikely that a film would dare to continue the his story, with Bryan Cranston's character likely showing up in flashbacks at best.

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Obviously, Aaron Paul's returning for the project, though there's now no word as to which other Breaking Bad cast members might appear.

The plot - a kidnapped man on a quest for freedom - sounds an terrible lot like Jesse (Aaron Paul) in the final season, when he was kidnapped by Neo Nazis. A source confirmed to the paper that "Greenbrier" is the "Breaking Bad" project.

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.

A movie set to start filming in mid-November is being linked to TV series "Breaking Bad".

"This idea, from what I'm told, gets into those, at least a couple of the characters, who were not completed as far as their journey", he told radio personality Dan Patrick.

The series which ran for five seasons and won multiple Emmy Awards, ended in 2013. "But I'm excited about it, because it's Breaking Bad", he said.

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