Stop What You're Doing: There's a Breaking Bad Movie in the Works

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The Hollywood Reporter have, well, reported that the show's creator Vince Gilligan is beginning work on the project this month, with filming taking place in Albuquerque, New Mexico where the original series was shot. 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. A prequel series, Better Call Saul, was quickly greenlighted before the initial series concluded, and it was recently renewed for a fifth season set to air in 2019.

It's not even known whether it'll get a theatre release or just be shown on television.

Breaking Bad starred Cranston as chemistry teacher Walter White, who turned to manufacturing meth after being diagnosed with cancer. It's also still hazy if the original cast consisting of Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will be returning for the upcoming venture. Jesse as a character was one of the show's best, so it's exciting and intriguing to think about seeing more of him in yet another Breaking Bad spinoff.

The film is said to be a Sony Studios production about a kidnapped man's quest for freedom.

According to The Journal, citing the New Mexico Film Office, the film will be titled Greenbrier, and production is scheduled to begin mid-November through February.

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The movie "will be set in the existing Breaking Bad franchise", according to sources. He's a genius and it's a great story and there's a lot of people who felt that they wanted to see some kind of completion to some of these storylines that were left open.

Breaking Bad, the AMC drama that ended its hugely successful run in 2013, is now reportedly said to be getting a feature film.

Of course, there begs the question of "do we need a Breaking Bad film?" It could have - and probably would have - been canceled without Netflix helping fans discover the show.

It has been reported that Gilligan will be at the helm of the project - writing the script, executive producing and possibly directing.

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