The actor - who received widespread praise for his role in the award-winning AMC series - revealed that the project was indeed real following reports that show creator Vince Gilligan was working on a script.
Cranston said he hasn't yet read the script and that his character, Walter White, may not even be in it. Cranston said he would "absolutely" return to the character if he was in it.
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During an appearance on The Dan Patrick Show on NBC on Wednesday, Cranston said: "Yes, there appears to be a movie version of Breaking Bad. Ohhhhh! Think about that one".
Filming is expected to be in Albuquerque, the same place the TV show was shot in, and the movie is reported to "follow the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom". That kidnapped man is believed to be Walt's former partner-in-crime Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), who was last seen busting free from his neo-Nazi kidnappers in a compound after Walt stormed the scene and died in the shoot-out.
And now Bryan Cranston has had his say on whether he'll be included in the movie or not. "And this idea, from what I'm told, gets into those - at least a couple of the characters who were not completed as far as their journey". "But I'm excited about it because it's Breaking Bad and it was the greatest professional period of my life, and I can't wait to see all those people again, even if I just come by to visit".