The Breaking Bad movie is in the works.
AMC's creator, Vince Gilligan, writes a two-hour drama-based script-which tells Bryan Cranston's story against a hero, a moderate-minded teacher who became drug baron Walter White, whether it will be shown in cinemas or broadcast on television.
Nor is it clear whether Cranston will reject his role in the movie, although it seems unlikely because he recently admitted that he would rather "confuse" his link by restarting the show.
This feature will be set in an already existing "world of bad world" and it has been suggested that Bob Odenkirk, who played as Saul Goodman in the spin-off "Better Call Saul", could discover.
The film has the provisional title "Greenbrier" and will be followed by "the escape of a kid and a search for freedom".
The New York Film Institute has confirmed that Sony's production under this name will start filming in Albuquerque – where the original series was shot – later this month until February 2019.
Ambitious production requires 300 local crew members, 16 actors and approximately 450 participants.
Gilligan will be on the rudder and will also act as executive producer along with Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein – both working on Breaking Bad and spin-off.
While Cranston is not excited about the success of Better Call Saul – which explains how lawyer Jimmy McGill (Odenkirk) became corrupt Saul Goodman, who had a heavy role in Breaking Bad – Gilligan previously said he was open to rethinking other characters for future spin-offs , including Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), admitting "whatever is possible".
He said, "I think there is a great chance that some or all of these people will appear …[but] you will not see Walt or Jesse in Season 4 of Better Call Saul.
"We'd be really crazy if we did not have these guys on the show before they were done."
And Paul agreed and said he was interested in returning to his character because he still "lacks" his restless alter ego.
He said, "I love the guy [Jesse] so much. I think it's really a big part of me. I miss him. I miss it all, I miss a show. "