New Teaser For 'Breaking Bad' Film Is Here And Revisits Jesse's Agonising Journey
Breaking Bad fans will be excitedly gearing up for El Camino, the film which follows the Jesse Pinkman as he goes on the run.
Now, Netflix has released a supercut of the troubled character's journey in the series.
The film - which hits the streaming site on October 11th - will pick up just after the season five finale, Felina, which saw Jesse (played by Aaron Paul) escape from his white supremacist captors with the help of Walter White (Bryan Cranston).
Netflix's new teaser gives fans a recap of Jesse's turbulent journey over the five seasons of the critically-acclaimed AMC show, including going into business with chemistry teacher-come-meth manufacturer Walter White, the heartbreaking deaths of Jane and Andrea, and killing Gale.
Breaking Bad, which ran from 2008 to 2013, follows the story of Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher with lung cancer who turns to manufacturing methamphetamine to secure his family's future. Going from a small time dealer to running the biggest meth empire in New Mexico, Walt and his sidekick Jesse face formidable competition along the way.
The movie was first teased back in June when the show's stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul shared the same picture of two donkeys on Twitter, leading many to believe a film version of the hit series is on the way.
On Tuesday 25 June, the pair mysteriously shared an identical tweet, which featured a close-up image of two donkeys and captioned it: "Soon".
A month later, Netflix shared the first trailer of the movie, a minute long clip showing Skinny Pete being brought in for questioning about Jesse's whereabouts, where the meth cooker's ally refuses to give up his friend.
An official synopsis for the movie reads: "Written and directed by Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan, the movie follows fugitive Jesse Pinkman as he runs from his captors, the law, and his past."
It's not clear whether Bryan Cranston will be featuring the movie considering - *spoiler alert* - he died at the very end of the episode. But perhaps there'll be some flashbacks? We hope so.
El Camino hits Netflix on 11th October 2019.
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