AceShowbiz - More details of the upcoming "Breaking Bad" movie are slowly coming out. After TV series star Bryan Cranston appeared to confirm the AMC project, a new report details the plot of the planned two-hour movie from series creator Vince Gilligan.
/FILM reports that the movie will be a sequel that is set after the events of the series finale in which saw Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) blazing a trail away from that horrifying finale. With that being said, the site states that Aaron will make a grand return for the project, which is going to be developed as a TV movie.
The reported loglines of the movie suggests that it will "[track] the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom."
The final episode of the AMC series saw Jesse being abducted and held captive by a group of neo-Nazi scumbags, who forced him to cook Heisenberg's blue meth recipe while Walter White himself absconded to the wilderness to die lonely and rich. After he was forced to see the woman he loves being executed, Walter White (Bryan) came to science-murder the Nazi crew.
While Jesse had escaped, the story was seemingly intentionally left wide open to leave a big question mark among fans regarding his character.
While Aaron is expected to reprise his role in the movie, which is allegedly going by the working title "Greenbrier", Bryan recently revealed that he was in the blind when it comes to his character. "There appears to be a movie version of 'Breaking Bad'," Bryan said on sports talk radio "The Dan Patrick Show". "But I, honestly have not even read the script."
"There's a question of whether or not we'll even see Walter White in this movie...," he shared. "I don't know if there is an appearance or how, what kind of appearance: flashbacks, flashforward, I have no clue."
However, Cranston wouldn't hesitate to sign up if approached. "If Vince Gilligan asked me to do it, sure, absolutely. He's a genius."