Yup, its true ‘Breaking Bad’ Movie ‘El Camino’ is now on Netflix. The movie adaptation of the most-loved Netflix series, Breaking Bad stretches for 122 minutes long and answer fans’ long-awaited question- What actually happened to Jesse Pinkman after he escaped the clutches of white supremacists in the final episode?
The series creator Vince Gilligan will once again be seen at the director’s seat and will be available for streaming from 12 a.m. PST, 3 a.m. EST, and 8 a.m. BST.
Gilligan, who also co-created Breaking Bad prequel/sequel/spinoff series Better Call Saul, says newcomers can tune in to El Camino without seeing either series.
“I don’t know if I would completely agree with ‘do you need to see even Breaking Bad to understand this movie.’ It’s not gonna nearly mean as much to you if you haven’t seen Breaking Bad, or Better Call [Saul] — well, mainly Breaking Bad,”
“But I think you can even, folks who have never seen Breaking Bad, can watch this movie. And without giving anything away, what happens to [Paul’s] character in this movie, I think will engage an audience even that is not up to date on the prior shows. But having said all that, yeah, by all means, see Breaking Bad first. Better Call Saul... not as much’’ Gilligan told THR.
The film is set to pick up directly after the violent events of the show’s ‘Felina’ in 2013, with Jesse on the run – in an El Camino as the film hypnosis reads,
''In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse must come to terms with his past in order to forge some kind of future''.
In the trailer we saw Jesse reuniting with Skinny Pete and Badger but will other characters also make an appearance? Find out for yourself!