The popular TV show Breaking Bad returns in film format, the star of the star Bryan Cranston said on Wednesday, but it was not clear whether his iconic character Walter White would return. The series, which lasted from 2008 to 2013, told the story of a white high school science teacher who suits the diagnosis of terminal cancer by turning to a powerful economist.
It is one of the most popular TV shows in the history of television and earned a total of 16 Emmys, including four best actors for Cranston and two Golden Globes. "There seems to be a movie version of Breaking Bada, but I have not even read the script," Cranston, 62, at the Dan Patrick Show, a national radio program. "So the question is whether we even see Walter White in this movie."
Spoiler Warning: White died at the end of the series broadcast in the United States on the AMC cable network. But Cranston has said that he would "absolutely" be interested in bringing the white back should show creator Vince Gilligan from asking him to do so.
"He's a genius," Cranston said. "I was excited about Breaking Bad, it was the biggest professional period of my life, and I can not wait to see those people even if I came to visit."
Cranston, an Academy Award nominee for Best Actress in 2016 for his work at Hollywood Biopic Trumbou, said he believes the film will offer fans more closure of "at least a few" characters. Several Hollywood media reported that the experimental title of the project was Greenbrier.
The New Mexico Film Office has confirmed that the Sony-made movie, which is produced by Sony, began recording later this month and will end in February. The series was shot in the southwestern state. The announcement came a few days after AMC said another of its wildly popular series, The Walking Dead, would also have lengthy gaming meals. Production on the Downton Abbey film has already begun.
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First published: November 8, 2018 08:22 IST