Bryan Cranston not sure he's in 'Breaking Bad' movie

Lewis Collier
November 10, 2018

The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that the show's creator Vince Gilligan is working on the 2-hour movie, with working title "Greenbrier".

Cranston confirmed news of the movie during a phone interview Wednesday on "The Dan Patrick Show".

AMC's hit TV drama Breaking Bad might have ended back in 2013, but the wider universe it was set in continues to thrive.

White was an ailing chemistry teacher at the outset of the series when it premiered in 2008, but over the course of its five-season run transformed into a feared drug dealer known as Heisenberg.

Gilligan is expected to write the script and executive produce, and may even direct, too.

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Cranston also admitted that he's been contacted about the film and has spoken to Gilligan. "So I couldn't tell you", he said. "At least a couple of the characters who were not completed, as far as their journey". When asked if he would be "interested to play Walter White in the movie" he said "I would". "I don't know if there is an appearance or how, what kind of appearance: flashbacks, flashforward, I have no clue".

He continued: "I would, absolutely".

And even if that offer doesn't materialize, the star is determined to return to New Mexico just to catch up with his old friends.

"I'm excited about it because it's Breaking Bad and it was the greatest professional period of my life", he said. "And I can't wait to see all those people again, even if I come by to visit". That kidnapped man is believed to be Walt's former partner-in-crime Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), who was last seen busting free from his neo-Nazi kidnappers in a compound after Walt stormed the scene and died in the shoot-out.

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