BREAKING BAD Movie Reportedly in Development by Creator Vince Gilligan

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But /Film, which was one of the first outlets to report the new Breaking Bad movie, said it would be a sequel focusing on Aaron Paul's character Jesse Pinkman.

The title is supposed to be Greenbriar, though it's unknown whether it's a working title. So what does this mean for Bryan Cranston?

Filming is about to begin in New Mexico, where the original TV series was set and shot, according to The Albuquerque Journal.

Breaking Bad - the movie - is coming. It adds that production is starting in New Mexico this month and that the movie is shooting under the project name Greenbrier. Apparently, Sony Pictures is involved in the feature, which is said to follow "the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom". To the Movies" released in July, there's a "Dora the Explorer" movie set for August 2019, and a new "Scooby-Doo" expected in 2020 - while "Mission: "Impossible" and "Transformers" have become blockbuster franchises.

Despite, White dying at the end of the series, Cranston said he would "absolutely" be interested in bringing White back should show creator Gilligan ask him to do so. Better Call Saul's next season will be its fifth, and that will probably be its last, because it just doesn't seem right that the spinoff would run for longer than the original, which ran for five seasons.

Details on the proposed project are now scarce, and it's not yet clear whether the film is being planned for a theatrical or television debut.

"But I, honestly have not even read the script". Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein, who executive produced Breaking Bad and its spin-off series Better Call Saul, are also on board.

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If you need to catch up on Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul (or re-watch them for the 10th time), all of the episodes are streaming on Stan. One of AMC's other flagship shows, The Walking Dead, announced earlier this week that their title character Rick Grimes, played by Andrew Lincoln, would be spun off into a trio of feature-length movies that will air on the cable network.