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“Breaking Bad” fans, hold your introductory meth lab kits. After months of secrecy about a “Breaking Bad” feature set to hit Netflix and AMC sometime in 2020, the haze the project lived under for months was finally lifted earlier this fall. Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) is back, and he’s going to star in a sequel called, “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie.” As the new teaser demonstrates, unveiled tonight during the Emmy broadcast, “El Camino” picks up just hours after the events of the “Breaking Bad” finale– the Alberqurque police putting out an APB bulletin about Pinkman’s whereabouts, though they obviously don’t know his identity. Yet.
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We have no usual synopsis to offer beyond that, but the creators at the helm of the project have said that it will follow a kidnapped man fighting his way to freedom and there’s a good bet Walter White’ (Bryan Cranston) will be involved in some kind of drug-haze flashbacks even though the character is dead. Cranston would neither confirm nor deny whether or not...
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