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Will Jesse Pinkman Return In New Breaking Bad Movie?

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It’s been ten years since beloved chemistry teacher Mr. White “broke bad,” in the most articulate, well-written drama of the generation. Breaking Bad, the AMC series is one of the highest critically acclaimed television series of the past decade, with a fanbase holding strong to this day. Rumors are circulating that the series might get its own feature film in 2019.

Breaking Bad, The Greatest Show From The Last Decade

Breaking Bad, the five-season drama, ended in 2013 as one of the most well-received shows of all time. It followed the story of Walter White (Brian Cranston), a high school chemistry teacher, and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), his former student, as they rise in the ranks of the American-Mexican methamphetamine trade.

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The show was so popular that AMC launches a spinoff prequel, Better Call Saul, which follows the story of Walter and Jesse’s lawyer, Saul Goodman. The show reached similar popularity and has won several awards, likely thanks to its predecessor’s reputation for suspense and intrigue.

Greenbriar Film Could Be Breaking Bad’s Finale

Exciting news is ahead for fans of both AMC series. The Albuquerque Journal recently announced a Sony film by the name Greenbrier is set to start filming this fall.

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It has not been officially announced that Greenbriar is based on Breaking Bad. However, the film is not only set in Albuquerque (where Breaking Bad took place), the Journal said it was based on “the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom.” Sound familiar?

Will We Discover Jesse’s Life After Walt?

Fans would undoubtedly be excited for a continuation of Breaking Bad storyline. Though the series finished Walter White in a most dramatic and thematic way, they left the fate of Jesse open-ended. It is possible that Walter could show up in the movie (since he did not explicitly die on camera), but it’s unlikely Vince Gilligan, the show’s creator, would want to taint his work’s beautiful storyline.

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Jesse Pinkman was a beloved character on the show, as he was empathic and showed a humanity to the drug world that his counterpart Walter certainly did not. Fans hope to see Aaron Paul star in this last rendition of the great masterpiece that was Breaking Bad.

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Dean Cain Supports Michael B. Jordan As Superman

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