Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have sparked ‘Breaking Bad’ reunion hpye with cryptic ‘soon’ messages. Both guys have teased what fans believe to be a long-anticipated Breaking Bad movie after they shared identical pictures of two donkeys on twitter.
Cranston has however remained tight-lipped on the issue. The actor’s character, Walter White, was seen bleeding out from gunshot wounds as “Breaking Bad” came to a close. Many fans believe Walter White is dead, but the show technically did not confirm that.
How Cranston’s Walter would return for a sequel film has yet to be revealed. Cranston said he hoped a “Breaking Bad” movie would find Jesse “breaking” from his past and discovering his true calling in life.
Breaking Bad aired on AMC, and found a lot of traction streaming on Netflix as well. According to a reports, Netflix has also picked up the first-run rights to a possible Breaking Bad movie, after which it would air on the cable channel as well.
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