The hit TV series ran for five seasons, premiering in 2008 and reaching its finale in 2013. A successful spin-off series, Better Call Saul, began in 2015.
Yesterday (November 7), it was reported that a Breaking Bad film was in the works. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show’s creator Gilligan was working on a two-hour movie adaptation.
Sources said that the release – currently going by the working title Greenbrier – “will be set in the existing Breaking Bad franchise”, and will follow a kidnapped man’s escape and quest for freedom.
Now, actor Cranston, who starred as Walter White in the show, has confirmed the news in an interview on The Dan Patrick Show. Cranston said he had not yet seen the script but that he had spoken to Gilligan about the film.