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According to The Hollywood Reporter, serial producer Vince Gilligan is working on a two-hour mi Breaking Bad, G but it is not clear whether it will be done for theatrical or television. It was confirmed by Variety shortly after the good news.
The details of the en Greenbrier muhtemel project that is floating around the sector with a possible fake / working title are rare. The THR is unclear whether the film will be another prefabricated or some kind of follow-up like AMC's mi Better Call Saul TH. It is also unclear whether any of the original stars, such as Bryan Cranston or Aaron Paul, were involved in a new project that would create stress in the current “Breaking Bad herhangi series.
Gilligan from the THR sources will manage, execute and possibly direct the script. New Mexico is expected to begin production this month. The New Mexico Film Office confirmed that a project with the title pro Greenbrier e will be drawn in the region.
The Albuquerque Journal opened a session stating that the film kaç followed a kidnapped man's escape and his quest for freedom Albuquer.
"Breaking Bad", which aired five seasons in AMC (2008-13), told the story of Walter White 's (Cranston), a high school chemistry teacher, who was not an innocent high school student with Jesse Pinkman. meth producing and selling. With the end of the show, he was considered one of the greatest television shows of all time. Cranston won four Emmy Awards for best actor in a drama, and Paul captured three Emmys for the best supporting actor.
If the film had to resume the final of 2013, Cranston would not be involved, because the fans know why. But maybe in the end, we'il find out what happened to Jesse.
In an interview with GQ in 2013, Gilligan shared a theory about the fate of Jesse and said he believed Pinkman had found a place to shelter and shelter away from New Mexico.
Dı What I saw was that he went away to Alaska, changed his name, and had a new life. You want that for the child. He deserves it, & Gilligan told the GQ. But considering Breaking Bad's precedent, Pinkman said he was more likely to be arrested for killing two federal agents after his capture one or two days later.