It wasn’t too long ago when Netflix dropped the date announcement video for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie from creator Vince Gilligan. The film isn’t due to premiere on Netflix until later this October, followed by it showing on AMC — where the original series aired — in 2020.
But before any of us can get into that, Gilligan is talking about the upcoming film, why he is making it, and the advice he has for those who want to jump into El Camino without having watched Breaking Bad in its entirety. Check out what he had to say below.
It was revealed in February that the planned Breaking Bad movie starring Aaron Paul returning as Jesse Pinkman would be coming to Netflix, and now we know when!
Netflix released a date announcement trailer today for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. The footage centers on Skinny Pete, played by Charles Baker, who’s reprising his Breaking Bad role as Jesse Pinkman’s friend and fellow drug user and pusher. In the video, we see Pete’s been brought in for questioning in regards to Jesse’s whereabouts, but it doesn’t look like he has any intentions of giving his old friend up. Watch the video here below.
As Breaking Bad begins its final run of episodes, we’ll be reveiwing the series as it comes to what will probably be a very bloody, intense, and exciting finale. Join us after the jump for analysis of Walter White’s final journey.
Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 9 – “Blood Money”
Directed by Bryan Cranston
Written by Peter Gould
Starring: Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn, Aaron Paul, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, RJ Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, Laura Fraser, Charles Baker, and Matt Jones
Air Date: August 11, 2013
What has pride cost you?
Recently, it’s cost me about $10. I got mad at a former girlfriend over a stupid fight and decided to not put on sunscreen before heading into a college football game. It was all about pride, feeling that this was a way I could get back at her: by not letting her tell me what to do. So I ignored her words of advice and marched into the game, having felt that I’d won.
The $10 and the week I spent rubbing aloe-vera into my face told a different story.
I say all this to preface the fact that hubris can lead to lots of stupid decisions and damaging outcomes. In the case of Walter White’s (Bryan Cranston) pride, it’s certainly cost him a lot of things. However, this time around, it may cost him the most it’s ever cost.
Doctor Who Series 6, Episode 7: A Good Man Goes to War
Directed by Peter Hoar
Written by Steven Moffat
Starring Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Alex Kingston, Frances Barber, Charles Baker, Dan Johnston, Christian Chong, Joshua Hayes, Damian Kell, Neve McIntosh, Catrin Stewart, Richard Trinder, Annabel Cleare, Henry Wood, Dan Starkey, Simon Fisher, Danny Sapani, Hugh Bonneville, Oscar Lloyd, and Nicholas Briggs
Air date: June 7, 2010
Doctor Who is certainly a show that often raises more questions than it answers and “A Good Man Goes to War” is a perfect example of this. Yet, when the series provides answers, it’s done in such a satisfying way that the various unanswered questions don’t matter. While “A Good Man Goes to War” poses many of these unanswered questions, there’s also a surprising amount of clarity. Before we dive into some of these queries, let’s take a look at the bulk of the episode.