Go Behind The Scenes of El Camino In New Featurette

Brenda Watkins
October 10, 2019

All of which explains why "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" cruises into select theaters and onto Netflix this weekend, a mere three weeks after "Downton Abbey" topped the box-office, amassing almost $140 million worldwide thus far.

"You know what? Yeah", replied Gilligan. While his pal looked completely different from his character Jesse Pinkman in a dim suit that he'd coordinated with a dark shirt. "This is very much a breaking bad movie". Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the actor, who played underachiever Jesse Pinkman, summarized the AMC drama in an impressive two-and-a-half minutes. The chemistry teacher-turned-Heisenberg may have made it until the final frame of the finale episode in 2013, but his bleeding body should have been sign enough for fans to know that Walt is in fact dead. "Yes, Walter White is dead". I say 'bitch a lot.

El Camino releases this Friday, October 11.

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With five seasons of intricate plotting, a sprawling web of characters, millions raised by selling meth, and one pizza on the roof, even the most attentive Breaking Bad fans might struggle to remember the exact events of Vince Gilligan's outstanding TV show.

Some of Paul's highlights: Walt getting naked in a grocery store, Jesse falling in love with Jessica Jones (a.k.a Krysten Ritter), Saul Goodman (played by Bob Odenkirk), a "scary chicken man named Gus", Neo-Nazis, and of course, the El Camino that lends its name to the upcoming movie.

'Within the wake of his dramatic scoot from captivity, Jesse must attain to phrases along with his previous in expose to forge some roughly future, ' teases the satisfactory synopsis.

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