‘Breaking Bad’ Movie In the Works; Will Bryan Cranston Knock Again?

Collider | 11/6/2018 | Jeff Sneider
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A Breaking Bad movie is in the works, a source has told Collider. At this point, we’re not sure if the original stars, including Bryan Cranston, will return, or whether the Breaking Bad movie would debut on AMC or in theaters, but we haven’t seen the last of Blue Sky. That much I can tell you.

Vince Gilligan is writing the two-hour project, and while it will be set in the existing Breaking Bad universe, it’s unclear whether it will be a prequel or some other kind of follow-up. AMC’s Better Call Saul is a prequel series starring Bob Odenkirk as Saul Goodman, who eventually becomes Walter White’s shady attorney. Since Odenkirk is currently under contract, it stands to reason that he would return, should the story, um, call for Saul’s character.

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At the moment, the Breaking Bad movie is being referred to within the industry as Greenbrier, and to give you an idea of just how real this project is, the New Mexico Film Office has confirmed that a Sony production called Greenbrier will start filming in Albuquerque (where the original series filmed for six years) in mid-November, lasting through early February. A local source within the production confirmed rumors that the production is affiliated with Breaking Bad. According to the Albuquerque Journal, which broke the news, the logline refers to “the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom.” Keep in mind that that’s hardly official, and may just be a cover to throw reporters off the scent.

Collider received a tip last month that something was brewing on the Breaking Bad front, but to be honest, we weren’t sure if it was a movie, a series, or even, possibly, a Super Bowl commercial. But trust me, this is no commercial or viral video. According...
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