Netflix has released an official trailer for the upcoming Breaking Bad movie El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, which follows a recent teaser which was released for the 2019 Emmy Awards Sunday night.
The movie will follow Jesse Pinkman (once again played by Aaron Paul), as he comes to terms with his past after escaping captivity. It is written and directed by Vince Gilligan, the creator of the original AMC series.
You can read a synopsis for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie and check out the official trailer, along with the Emmy teaser video for anyone who missed it, below.
Though Breaking Bad as a televised series is officially over, Jesse Pinkman’s (Aaron Paul) ending was pretty ambiguous. That being said, it opened the door for fans to theorize if he would create a new life in Alaska, pick up Brock, or just stay on the run. So for those who are looking for some sort of closure may actually get it with the newly announced movie.
A new report says the Breaking Bad movie will center on Jesse Pinkman and his “quest for freedom.” More on the report, below.
The TV show based on the science fiction comedy cult classic Galaxy Quest has found itself a home. Being backed by Paramount Television since this past April, it’s being reported that a deal has been reached with Amazon Studios, where it’s now in early series development.
The talent behind making the movie—at least behind the camera—are also involved in the TV series. Director Dean Parisot is set to direct at least some of the episodes, and screenwriter Robert Gordon will write the script for the TV show as well. They’ll also be executive producers along with Mark Johnson, who had the same role on the movie, and Melissa Bernstein.
If your true passion in life is seeing popular movies get turned into TV series, you’re a happy person these days. And there’s some more good news for you: it’s now being reported that Paramount Television is developing a TV series based on DreamWorks’ 1999 cult sci-fi comedy classic Galaxy Quest.