Bryan Cranston confirms Breaking Bad movie

  • Bryan Cranston confirms Breaking Bad movie

Bryan Cranston confirms Breaking Bad movie

Yesterday, we learned that Vince Gilligan and company are gearing up to shoot a Breaking Bad movie in New Mexico. The Albuquerque Journal includes a logline stating the film "tracks the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom". The New Mexico Film Office confirmed that a project with the title of Greenbrier is slated to film in in the region.

It wasn't immediately clear if the film would be televised on AMC, where the series was first shown, or in movie theaters.

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As reported by the Albuquerque Journal, according to the New Mexico Film Office, a production now titled "Greenbrier" will "begin production in the Duke City mid-November through early February".

The show detailed the fate of Walter H. White (Bryan Cranston) a mild-mannered chemistry teacher who morphs into a fearsome drug kingpin in an effort to build a fortune for his family.

The sources say that Gilligan may direct the movie, and he'll be writing it as well as executive producing.

"Yes, there appears to be a movie version of Breaking Bad". You'll no doubt recall that while Jesse escaped, speeding away and laughing maniacally, Breaking Bad main character Walter White (Bryan Cranston) died from a gunshot wound.

AMC's Breaking Bad ended its critically acclaimed five-season run with a finale that brought in a series record 10.3 million viewers.

Vince Gilligan is about to break bad again - this time in an even bigger way.

Paul is set to return to play Jesse again, and that's great news considering he did such a wonderful job with the character on the original show.

In an interview on Thursday, Cranston acknowledged speaking to Gilligan about the movie but said he hadn't yet received or read the script.