The man who played Walter White has some good news for Breaking Bad fans. For anyone wondering if Bryan Cranston will be in the rumors Breaking Bad movie, the actor discovered that he might have some cooking, during an interview on Wednesday, November 7 Dan Patrick Show, "Yes, there seems to be a movie version Breaking Bad, "Cranston, who starred in the AMC series from 2007 to 2013, confirmed the former ESPN host on his radio show." But I did not really read the script, so I could not tell you. "
News about the possible Breaking Bad the film was first interrupted Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday, November 6th, with an entry stating unmentioned sources telling Vince Gilligan, Emmy Award winning creator, to work on a two-part film, although it remains unclear whether it will be screened for theater or television. "(Bustle reached rapporteurs for Gilligan, AMC and producer of Sony Pictures Television after the release of the report but did not receive an answer.)
While Cranston admitted in an interview that because he had not yet received the script, "there is a question he will even see Walter White in this movie," "absolutely" would be "interested" by four great actresses in the series Primetime Emmy):
"If Vince Gilligan asked me to do it, surely, absolutely. He is a genius and that's a great story and there are a lot of people who feel that they want to see some ending of some of those stories that are left open … This idea, from what I said, those … at least a few characters that were not completed to their trip. "
How fans are remembered when Breaking Bad Walter White died in 2013, so the actor admitted that – if his high school chemistry teacher who has had cancer, he has to return, he must have "no idea" in what he will be. Cranston, who admitted that he talked about the project with Gilligan, still tried to hit him to appear in flashbacks. Another possibility is that land can track the track Breaking Bad prequel spinoff Better call Saula, which stars Bob Odenkirk and completed his fourth season in October. (AMC also restored the series for the upcoming fifth season.)
After THR he reported that the project was currently calling Greenbrier. Albuquerque Journal he could conclude that the film could probably be focused on Jesse Pinkman (actor Aaron Paul), who was finally released from the clutter of his compassionate prisoners of drugs in the series. Reason? Newspapers confirmed through the New Mexico film office that the project was named Greenbrier was scheduled for early release in Albuquerque in mid-November and is supposedly to follow the "escape of a man's loot and his pursuit of freedom." However, they could not say whether or not Greenbier is actually connected with Breaking Bad, (Next note, for anyone who does not know: Breaking Bad both happened and recorded in Albuquerque.)
Cranston – currently acting on Broadway Network – Patrick also said that restoring Walter Bela's role after five and a half years after packing the production looked like a "jewel that you once wore" in the old suitcase.
"I think if I put on my clothes and shaved my head, put on glasses, and maybe Heisenberg's hat, I think that those talismans could send me there quickly," he added.
No matter how it ends in the film, Cranston will not stay away from it – for nostalgia, if nothing else. "I'm excited about it because it is Breaking Bad, he said in an interview for radio. "It was the biggest professional period of my life, and I can not wait to see all those people again, even if I came to visit."
While fans were waiting for official confirmation from AMC, Cranston gave them many reasons to remain hopeful that the film would materialize.