A fan of the AMC series pitches the insane project that follows two cops who try to answer whether Walter White is alive and where he is.
Someone is apparently not content with only five seasons of "Breaking Bad". Rather than waiting for the official prequel "Better Call Saul", a fan named Larry Shepherd proposes a spin-off series that picks up after the death of Bryan Cranston's Walter White in the series finale.
Shepherd has even started a Kickstarter campaign to fund his project titled "Anastasia", which eyes Val Kilmer and Slash as the lead actors. They are expected to play two cops, who try to answer three questions: Is Walter White alive? Where is he? And who dragged him away?
According to Shepherd, "there will be regular 12 step meeting scenes in 'Anastasia' that Kilmer attends. We will invite stars in the entertainment industry who are in recovery themselves. Russell Brand, Jamie Lee Curtis, Steven Tyler, Dick Van Dyke, Drew Barrymore, Robert Downey Jr., Robin Williams, Neil Young, Eminem, on and on" for guest appearances on separate episodes.
The description of the insane project also mentions that "Val Kilmer will decide and create the quirkiness that his character, Donovan Baker, has" and "Slash will stay in the 'Slash' character."
Shepherd also hopes to land actresses Jana Mashonee and Laura San Giacomo. His plans is to debut the show the Monday before Halloween and the first season consists of 10 episodes. He claims he has already finished the scripts of all ten episodes.
The project has only raised $430 of its $500,000 goal with 15 days left.