A few days after announcing The Walking Dead would be making at least three TV movies for AMC, news broke that a Breaking Bad movie is also in the works, according to Entertainment Weekly, and it's possible that Netflix is involved. However, THR states that the movie has been known by the working (or possibly fake) title Greenbrier within the industry for some time. It would join prequel series Better Call Saul.
The Journal also reports the title as Greenbriar. Greenbrier's logline said it tells the story of a kidnapped man and his journey to freedom. Despite him not knowing if Walter White would appear in the series or not, he's excited to see what the future holds for the franchise because of how much it's affected his life. In the "Breaking Bad" finale, Jesse escaped his imprisonment, and was last seen speeding away in a auto as he raced toward freedom. This news should be more than enough to let you forget about the real world for a little bit, right?
"We're very proud of our show and Better Call Saul". It follows a high school chemistry teacher Walter White, essayed by Cranston, who finds extreme measures to earn a living after he realises that his salary will not be enough to support his family. Same for Saul too, if for some reason he becomes the star of the film.
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Mysteries abound about reports of a Breaking Bad film, but curiosity is indeed piqued. Gus was a powerhouse of a character, and Esposito gave one of the best performances to ever grace television as the antagonist. We don't know if it's a continuation of the original series, or a prequel, or a spinoff.
What's not clear is the story connection to the original "Breaking Bad" series.
Breaking Bad ran on AMC from 2008 to 2013 for a total of five seasons. Nerdist has reached out to AMC for confirmation of the project. "Yes, there appears to be a movie version of Breaking Bad but I honestly haven't even read the script", Cranston said, adding: "I have not gotten the script". Earlier, it was reported that some characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) were to have their own series.