“Yeah B*tch!” A Breaking Bad movie is its way to Netflix, titled El Camino! The first teaser doesn’t show much, but prefaces that this film will be all about the last surviving member of the Blue Meth-creating duo, Jesse Pinkman.
For 5 seasons, Vince Gilligan‘s story about the high school chemistry teacher turned Crystal Meth-cooking drug lord captivated audiences on the AMC Network, and later on Netflix. The AMC series concluded by writing the final chapter on the story of Walter White/Heisenberg (Bryan Cranston). However, that wasn’t the only story that needed to be finished.
When the series began, it was the high school dropout turned amateur meth cook/dealer, Jesse Pinkman aka “Cap’n Cook” (Aaron Paul) that introduced White to the idea of cooking meth. Unfortunately, Pinkman, arguably got the raw end of the partnership, as no character went through as much hell as he did.
In the finale, though, he came out of the other side with his life and drove away in a Chevy El Camino in search of freedom. Now, we will see where that road takes him in the Netflix Original Movie, “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie“, written and directed by Vince Gilligan.
“Fugitive Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) runs from his captors, the law, and his past.”
Breaking Bad was one of the greatest stories ever to grace the small screen. It had a stellar cast, brilliant writing, with some of the most insane, clever twists you’ll never see coming. When the series ended, six years ago, Vince Gilligan began telling the prequel of Saul Goodman, in Better Call Saul, but never showed his hand that he planned on continuing the main Breaking Bad storyline.
On October 11, 2019, the film shot in secret, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie will seemingly continue right where we left off. El Camino will release on Netflix and air later on AMC Network.