'Yeah bitch!' It's time to get cooking again because "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan is now working on a two-hour movie extension of the AMC series. Most of the details remain under wraps and it's unclear whether original stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul will return.
The original Breaking Bad series starred Cranston as a chemistry teacher turned meth dealer.
Following reports that "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan is prepping a two-hour...
It wasn't immediately clear if the film would be televised on AMC, where the series was first shown, or in movie theaters. It is also unknown if the film will be a prequel like the AMC spin-off series, "Better Call Saul". Though Gilligan, Sony, and AMC have not confirmed the movie's existence just yet, production is rumored to begin later this month in New Mexico under the likely fake title of Greenbrier.
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According to The Albuquerque Journal - relaying reports from the New Mexico Film Office - filming is scheduled to begin later this month on a Breaking Bad flick, which is now going under the possibly temporary name of "Greenbrier".
The Los Angeles native continued: 'I have not gotten the script, I have not read the script. "I would absolutely do it [play Walter again] - it's Vince Gilligan and he's a genius". It would make sense to focus on the brand's most popular properties like "The Walking Dead" and "Breaking Bad". While Bryan Cranston's work is tremendous, it's time to let Walt rest.
In addition to Gilligan, the source shared that executive producer's Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein (who worked on Breaking Bad and its prequel TV series Better Call Saul) will be working on the forthcoming film as well.
Very little information has been revealed on the project, which has been floating around under the fake/working title of Greenbrier, according to Hollywood Reporter.