New Breaking Bad film confirmed


Better Call Saul's next season will be its fifth, and that will probably be its last, because it just doesn't seem right that the spinoff would run for longer than the original, which ran for five seasons.

Obviously, Aaron Paul's returning for the project, though there's now no word as to which other Breaking Bad cast members might appear.

Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan is working on a two-hour filmm extension of the series, according to a new report.

"We are happy to welcome "Greenbrier" and Sony Studios to New Mexico", New Mexico's State Film Office Director Nick Maniatis said.

Production is set to being in Albuquerque in mid November and continue until early February, the Journal says.

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According to the logline, "Greenbrier" tracks the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom.

The news follows AMC announcing a series of movies in The Walking Dead franchise continuing the story of Andrew Lincoln's Rick Grimes. Walt had his time in the sun, and wisely hasn't been the centerpiece of Better Call Saul's later seasons.

Gilligan told Entertainment Weekly he'd love to see a reunion of the characters Walter White (Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Paul). Same for Saul too, if for some reason he becomes the star of the film. A decade later, it's still a cultural juggernaut and widely regarded as one of the best television series ever created. Let us know what you think a Breaking Bad movie would, should, and could be about!

Of course, there begs the question of "do we need a Breaking Bad film?" If you'll recall, the end of Breaking Bad saw Jesse abducted and held prisoner by those darned neo-Nazis, who wanted him to cook that sweet Heisenberg meth while Walter White was in the wind. Specific details about the project are scarce and it has not been officially confirmed by AMC.