News broke earlier this week that a Breaking Bad movie was in the works from series creator Vince Gilligan, with the logline offered up that the movie tracks "the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom".
At the time, we didn't know who'd star in the film, whether it was meant to be a feature or a TV movie, or what it was about beyond "the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom".
The Journal also reports that the project now has the working title Greenbriar - though that could just be a holding name. After all, the series axed not only main character and driving force Walter White, but also his chief pursuant (and loving brother-in-law) Hank Schrader, primary villain Gus Fring, and everyone's favorite iron-fisted curmudgeon Mike Ehrmantraut. Slashfilm reports the film, entitled Greenbriar, will follow the story of Heisenberg's tortured lackey Jesse Pinkman.
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But there are still a lot of questions surrounding the Breaking Bad movie, including whether or not Walter White actor Bryan Cranston would be involved. Though Gilligan, Sony, and AMC have not confirmed the movie's existence just yet, production is rumored to begin later this month in New Mexico under the likely fake title of Greenbrier.
But Cranston noted he hasn't even read the script, so whether Walter White will play a role in the movie still remains unclear. Walt had his time in the sun, and wisely hasn't been the centerpiece of Better Call Saul's later seasons. But that saying has never really applied to the Breaking Bad franchise, right?
From acclaimed writer, producer, director Vince Gilligan, Breaking Bad was produced by Sony Pictures Television with Mark Johnson (Gran Via) and Michelle MacLaren serving as executive producers.
"Yes, there appears to be a movie version of Breaking Bad", Cranston confirmed on The Dan Patrick Show on Wednesday. Saul, featuring Bob Odenkirk's small-time lawyer, has been renewed for a fifth season, which set to air in 2019.