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Rumours are buzzing about an upcoming film adaptation of Breaking Bad.

Returning to their iconic Albuquerque location, the film's crew is going back to where it all started.

While details of the full cast have yet to be released, we now know we can count on Aaron Paul's return as Jesse Pinkman.


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According to Slashfilmthe movie will be a sequel to the beloved series, picking up where the dramatic finale left off.

The film will be written and produced by the original series creator Vince Gilligan, guaranteeing a continuation of the quality script we fell in love with.

The New Mexico Film Office issued a press release about a movie called Greenbrier, which is said to be the Breaking Bad film, according to The Albuquerque Journal.

The release vaguely describes the film, saying it “tracks the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom”.


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So, we can assume that this kidnapped man will be Jesse and the plot will follow his escape from Albuquerque following the bloody finale.

The film is looking promising so far and we can’t wait to find out more details. 

The drama had its finale in 2013 and has gathered a massive fan-base since.

So, take a deep breath Breaking Bad fans because our favourite Emmy Award winning actor is returning.

And it's going to be epic.



We're all basically hoping that Better Call Saul just turns into Breaking Bad.

As great as Saul Goodman is, there's a Walter White-shaped hole in our hearts that will never, ever be filled.

And the TV show really got us going today, thinking that Mr White was making a comeback.

AMC released a behind the scenes video earlier to promote season 3 of Better Call Saul, and who popped up in it? Yep, Bryan Cranston.

Many publications teased his comeback, but sadly the Malcolm in the Middle alum was just visiting the set while on a book tour.

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However, Bryan will play a geriatric patient which he joked will be difficult to spot in the upcoming season.

We'll get Walter White back someday ladies, someday…

Better Call Saul will be making a comeback on April 10.

Oh, and while we have you; don't forget to have your say in the inaugural SHEmazing Awards this May! It's time to vote, and you can do it right here!



As you probably know were big fans of Bryan Cranston here in Shemazing! HQ, and we basically love everything he does.

Whether it's a TV show, a movie or even leaving little notes in airports for his fans, it's seems like he can do no wrong.

And wait until you listen to him reading Shout Out To My Ex, Walter White shtyle.

Bryan was being interviewed by BBC Radio One during the week and they asked him to read out the lyrics to the Little Mix hit.

We have to say, he totally killed it. And of course, his fans loved it too:




Try not to scream out loud when you hear this news: Walter White may not be dead.

We knew it!

Bryan Cranston made the admission during an interview with CNN when he said: “You never saw a bag zip up or anything.”

When the interviewer asked him outright if his character had in fact dies, Bryan just answered “I don’t know.”

However, when pressed about a possible Breaking Bad movie, the actor teased: “Never say never.”

So, basically Walter isn’t dead and there is a Breaking Bad movie coming – we are so excited!



Breaking Bad fans will be delighted to hear that Aaron Paul, who played Jesse Pinkman in the hit US show, is not ready to say goodbye to his character just yet.

According to E! News, Aaron is set to appear in the spin off show Better Call Saul. While it has not been confirmed, the 34-year-old is reportedly in “serious talks” about revisiting the role of Jesse.

Speaking to AP, The Need for Speed star said: “Anything Vince [Gilligan] is involved with, I’m there.” He added: “I owe him my entire career.”

Better Call Saul is based on the character of dodgy lawyer Saul Goodman, played by Bob Odenkirk, and is to be set years before Walter White and Jesse meet.

Other former Breaking Bad stars have said they would be willing to take part in it; unfortunately, Hank Schrader played by Dean Norris won’t be appearing. Bryan Cranston on the other hand has said he is “open to the idea”.

This is definitely the best news we have heard all morning.

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