Breaking Bad movie in the works of serial producer Vince Gilligan

Breaking Bad movie in the works of serial producer Vince Gilligan

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

Per The Hollywood Reporter, breaking Bad Series creator Gilligan is developing a feature film in the breaking Bad Universe.

Gilligan is a screenwriter and executive producer and can even act as a director. Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein, the executive producer breaking Bad and his spin-off series Better call Saulare also on board.

Sources close to the store confirmed that the project is under development, but it remains to be seen if that will be the case breaking Bad Film is a prequel in the vein of Better call Saul or a sequel that picks up on the unforgettable one breaking Bad Finale, and whether it is a theatrical run or just plays on the small screen, premiere on the network AMC the original series. Likewise, it is unknown if Gilligan will knock breaking Bad Actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul repeat their respective roles as Walter White and Jesse Pinkman for the film.

The only semi-concrete information we have breaking Bad The film is said to "follow the flight of a kidnapped man and his search for freedom" – but even that was not confirmed.

It is rumored that the film is currently under the unconfirmed (possibly fake) working title Greenbrier, According to the New Mexico Film Office (via Albuquerque Journal), a Sony project with this title is nearing the movie in New Mexico, the state in which breaking Bad shot a majority of his episodes. This production should "follow the flight of a kidnapped man and his search for freedom".

While nobody has dealt with that breaking Bad The film confirmed or denied that Greenbrier is the real film, the Logline, about a man who breaks new ground after being held hostage, as if he could be connected to the fate that Paul Jesse faced in the end breaking Bad, In the final episode, Jack Welker (Michael Bowen), the uncle of Todd Alquist (Jesse Plemons) and the leader of a White Supremacist gang, brings a bound Jesse to his estate where Walt wanted to meet her. There, Jesse and Walt actually gain the upper hand, as Walt uses a remote-controlled machine gun, which he has built into his car to defeat Jack's gang and the couple kill Jack and Todd himself. Just before Walters suffers injury sustained in the crossfire, Jesse nods to the man who has changed his life (sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worse). Then he starts crying and laughing as he drives away.

Gilligan has previously stated that he deliberately left Jesse's story open so fans could decide what would actually happen to him after the show ended.

"We always felt the onlooker wished Jesse would leave, and it's up to the individual viewer to decide what happens next for Jesse, and some people may think," Well, he's probably two miles down the road before the police nailed him. # 39; "said Gilligan Weekly entertainment in September 2013. "However, I prefer to believe he has escaped, and he has a long road to recovery in the sense that he has been held in jail for the last six months and up to one Centimeters of his life was beaten and watch Andrea [Jesse’s ex-girlfriend, played by Emily Rios] to be shot. All those terrible things that he has experienced will scare him too, but the romantic in me wants to believe that he can get away with it and move to Alaska and have a peaceful life communicating with nature. "

If the breaking Bad Movie and Greenbrier In fact, it is the same project, as evidenced by the evidence available, that viewers will likely see Jesse Pinkman on their screens, discover his last fate, and see how he tries to gain complete freedom and create a new one Of course, this is just a speculation for the moment, as the project is currently surrounded by so many secrets and uncertainties and there are so many different possibilities breaking Bad could be brought back to life.

Check with Looper for ongoing updates on the breaking Bad Movie as soon as more information is available.

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