Netflix movie grid will add a compelling title for fans of Breaking Bad this fall, writes The New York Times. El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie can be watched from October 11; along with the release date, the teaser and synopsis of the film were also released.
The plot centers on the character of Aaron Paul, who, in a stolen Chevrolet El Camino, runs away from his enemies, the law and the tumultuous past – the action takes place shortly after the last episode of the Breaking Bad series. “After his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse has to reconcile with the past in order to create a future for himself,” the synopsis notes.
Vince Gilligan, the creator of the series Breaking Bad, directed and directed the film. In the teaser is Charles Baker, the interpreter of Skinny Pete, who tells police he is not going to help recapture Jesse Pinkman.
“It’s a chapter in Breaking Bad that I didn’t even know I wanted,” Aaron Paul told The New York Times.
“I couldn’t even talk about 30 or 60 seconds after I finished Vince Gilligan’s script. I fell into my thoughts. As an interpreter of Jesse, I was glad that Vince chose me for this “journey”, said the actor.
No other actors in the series Breaking Bad have been confirmed for distribution yet, although it is possible to see Bryan Cranston in a flashback sequence. The filming took place in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the place of filming and conducting the popular series, but also the one derived from it, Better Call Saul.