The man who played Walter White has some good news Breaking Bad fans. For anyone who cares if Bryan Cranston will be called Breaking Bad film, the actor revealed he may have something to cook, during a telephone conversation on Wednesday, November 7 episode Exhibition by Dan Patrick. "Yes, there seems to be a movie version Breaking Bad, "Cranston, who played in the AMC series in 2007 to 2013, confirmed to the former ESPN host on his radio talk show." But I honestly did not even read the script so I did not tell you. "
Reports of possible Breaking Bad the movie first broke through Hollywood reporter on Tuesday, November 6, where the store cited unnamed sources saying that Emmy Award-winning director Vince Gilligan is working on a two-hour film, though it is still unclear whether it will be released theatrically or made TV. "(Bustle after publication reports turned to Gilligan, AMC and Sony Pictures Television, but did not get the answer.)
While Cranston admitted in an interview that because he had not gotten the script yet, "it's a question of seeing Walter White in this film, because he would" be totally "interested in the four Excellent leading actors in the primetime Emmy Awards:
"If Vince Gilligan asked me for sure, absolutely, he's a genius, and it's a great story, and there are a lot of people who feel they wanted to see some of those stories left open … This idea, from what I was told comes into you … at least a few characters that have not been completed until their journey. "
As fans certainly remember when Breaking Bad took his final bow in 2013, Walter White died, and so the actor admits that – if her university professor who has become a cancer face has changed the character of the meta-lab, she has come back – she has no "notion" about what capacity would it be. Cranston, who admitted he was discussing the project with Gilligan, had argued that he might appear in retrospectives. Another option is that the plot can follow the path Breaking Bad prequel spinoff You better call Saul, which stars Bob Odenkirk and wrapped his fourth season in October. (AMC also restored the series for the upcoming fifth season.)
After THR that the project is currently being called Greenbrier, Albuquerque Journal that the film is likely to be centered on Jesse Pinkman (actor Aaron Paul), who was finally liberated from the allies of his unscrupulous drug lords hijackers in the final series. Reason? Newspapers have confirmed a project called New Mexico through the New Mexico Film Institute Greenbrier is designed to start shooting in Albuquerque in mid-November and is supposed to follow "the escape of the kidnapped man and his efforts for freedom." They could not, however, say whether or not it was Greenbier is actually related Breaking Bad. (Side note for anyone who does not know: Breaking Bad both held and filmed in Albuquerque.)
Cranston – who is currently playing Broadway's play Network – he also told Patrick that returning to Walter White's role five and a half years after packing would be like finding the "sweater you once wore" in the old suitcase.
"I think when I put on my clothes, my head and I put on my glasses and perhaps Heisenberg's hat, I think the talismans could send me fast," he added.
Whatever ends up in the movie, Cranston will not be kept out of the set – for reasons of nostalgia, if nothing else. "I'm excited about it because it is Breaking Bad"he said in a radio interview." It was the biggest professional period of my life, and I can not wait to meet those people again, even if I come here to visit. "
While fans expect official confirmation from AMC, Cranston has now given them plenty of reasons to stay promising to make the film appear.