"Breaking Bad" Movie to be Shown at Indianapolis Movie Theater

El Camino Won't Bring Non Breaking Bad Viewers Up to Speed

El Camino Won't Bring Non Breaking Bad Viewers Up to Speed

Netflix dropped their Breaking Bad movie teaser trailer titled "El Camino", it showcased Jesse Pinkman's drug dealer Skinny Pete being interrogated about Jesse's whereabouts. Gilligan told THR the first started working in the feature story during production on "Breaking Bad".

The film will follow the journey of Jesse Pinkman (played by actor Aaron Paul) after Pinkman escaped from his captors in the "Breaking Bad" finale and is now on the run.

"Paul said Cranston would continue lying by saying, "'Hey man, you know, it had to end sometime, but at least you go out, like, guns blazing, ' or something like that". "I knew him higher than anybody, however it was an enormous weight off of my shoulders to hold up the cleats and stroll away. I thought it was goodbye, and I was OK with that".

The film will premiere on the streaming service October 11th, while screenings will be held between October 11th and 13th in 68 cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Albuquerque, New Mexico (where the movie and show were filmed). Read what Paul, Cranston, and Gilligan revealed about Breaking Bad's pivotal moments.

"I didn't really tell anybody about it, because I wasn't sure I would ever do anything with it", he said. I thought early on in the writing of the script, "Maybe there's a way to have my cake and eat it too. Maybe there's a way to explain things to the audience.' If there was a way to do that, it eluded me". Tickets haven't gone on sale yet, but when they do, you can buy them here. The film also will begin streaming on Netflix at midnight PT on October 11, and will later have a run on AMC, which aired the original Emmy-winning series.