A screen shot from the teaser for El Camino -A Breaking Bad Movie. The movie will catch up with Aaron Paul's Jesse Pinkman after the Nazi compound firefight that ended the life of teacher-turned-kingpin, Walter White (Bryan Cranston).
While the trailers have so far being incredibly coy, they do suggest that El Camino is going to start right after the Breaking Bad series left off.
The first trailer released by Netflix showed one of Jesse's most loyal friends, Skinny Pete (Charles Baker) being interrogated by the police on Jesse's whereabouts.
Set after the events of Breaking Bad's finale, El Camino focuses on what happened to Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) after his heartbreaking escape.
As the camera closes in on the El Camino and the tense music starts to play, a breaking news report comes on the vehicle radio about "a horrific scene with multiple victims".
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ET recently asked Cranston about how Walter White might somehow appear in the "Breaking Bad" movie, and he teased that he "could be [in] a flashback or a flash-forward", before disclaiming: "I'm still dead".
The trailer for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie ends with the news reporter talking about a "person of interest" who fled the scene.
And yet, we still know next to nothing about what the feature-length sequel episode will be about. "El Camino" launches October 11 on Netflix and in select theaters.
Breaking Bad spawned the spinoff Better Call Saul, starring Bob Odenkirk, which has a fifth season coming in 2020.
Jesse Pinkman was last seen driving away in a auto at the end of Breaking Bad.