Wednesday, September 11, 2019 13:21 IST
'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' will soon be available to stream on Netflix. However, some of the images have leaked, courtesy internet, and have lead to theories about possible locations and returns of certain characters.
The Instagram page 'all_about_saul' posted an image of creator Vince Gilligan and producer Melissa Bernstein hanging out on what happens to a set in Albuquerque, where the show 'Breaking Bad' was based. They are standing beside what seems to be the RV in which Walt and Jesse shared many adventures and misadventures.
Additional images include a picture of Jessie Pinkman's residence from season 1 , along with Ed's place of business which is a vacuum repair store. Also, Ed gave criminals new identities, making them difficult to capture.
These Instagram posts suggest that the makers of the film shall somehow incorporate the use of flashbacks, as the movie will pick up from where the show ended. We last saw Jessie leaving the town in his car 'El Camino.' If Gilligan will gravitate toward using flashbacks, it won't be foolish to assume that Walter White too could make an appearance even though Bryan Cranston hasn't been handed a script.
'El Camino' will be written and directed by Vince Gilligan and will be released on Netflix on October 11, 2019.
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