Vince Gilligan, the creator of the cult series, hopes to breathe new life into his franchise as a feature film.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Breaking Bad's creator, Vince Gilligan, is currently working on a two-hour film that would exploit the universe of his series. For now, the feature film has the interim title Greenbrier and should speak of "the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom." It is still too early to know if it will be a story before or after the series. Sources close to the project have nonetheless assured that Vince Gilligan will work on the screenplay and will pilot the production, see the production of the feature film.
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The presence of Bryan Cranston (Walter White), Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) or any other member of the original cast of Breaking Bad has not been confirmed. Producers of the AMC series, Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein, will participate in Greenbrier. The film will return to production in Duke City in mid-November until the beginning of February, according to The Albuquerque Journal. The Mexico City Film Office remains cautious and does not confirm to the local newspaper that the project has any connection with Breaking Bad. The representatives of Vince Gilligan and Sony Pictures Television have not yet responded to solicitations from journalists to raise the mystery.
Despite the lack of information, we have reasons to remain optimistic. Greenbrier's scenario, which looks at a captive on the run, is a direct reflection of Jesse Pinkman's situation at the end of season 5 of Breaking Bad. An interview with Vince Gilligan on the Digitalspy website reinforces this idea. "Maybe Jesse found himself facing the police around the corner. Or he could taste a future without problem, like the free man he wanted to be. I personally tend to think that it ends well for him, because he paid his debt at a high price. I like to think he's doing well, "said the director last March.
In January 2016, the interpreter of the methamphetamine trafficker did not hide his desire to return to the camera of Vince Gilligan. "I hope I'm going to be involved in Better Call Saul, but I do not know when. I will not say more, but I'm obviously open to the idea that my character is in the series, "said Aaron Paul at Variety. .


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