Aaron Paul reveals which 'Breaking Bad' scene you need to watch before 'El Camino'
This past weekend, Breaking Bad addicts finally got the news there had been craving, when it was revealed that they would soon be getting another hit Baby Blue, in the form of a Breaking Bad spin-off movie titled, 'El Camino'.
Along with poster art and a release date of October 11, fans were also treated to a teaser trailer for the new movie.
Check out the trailer in the video below. This is gonna be so good:
In the trailer, actor Charles Baker returns as Jesse Pinkman's loyal friend Skinny Pete, as he is seen being interrogated by authorities over Pinkman's whereabouts. (Eagle-eyed fans will also spot pictures of detectives Hank Schrader and Steven Gomez hanging on a wall. Ah, I'm trying so hard not to cry just remembering that episode...)
Pete says he doesn’t know where he is; but if he did, he wouldn’t tell them, as he references the cage Jesse was kept in by the Aryan Brotherhood in the final season.
Therefore, rumors have been confirmed, and El Camino will indeed be a movie detailing what happened to Jesse's after his dramatic escape from the Brotherhood.
With news of the movie finally made public, Paul took the opportunity to tweet his 2.7 million Twitter followers, pointing them in the direction of a scene he believes every fan should watch again in order to fully prepare for 'El Camino'.
Along with the scene, Paul said: "Cats out of the bag...and the bag is in the river. Here’s a moment from Breaking Bad to slowly prepare you all for what’s to come"
Check out the powerful scene below - does this hint at things to come?
In the scene, Walt can be seen trying to get Jesse to once again cook with him as a part of Gus Fring's empire. However, after being beaten, arrested, and losing his family and girlfriend, Jesse cracks with a powerful speech about how he has never been more alone since joining his former chemistry teacher.
Further details and plot points surrounding the movie have yet to be revealed, however, many fans still believe Bryan Cranston will be returning to reprise his role as Mr White.
If you cast your minds back to the final scene of the final episode, it is only strongly implied that Walt had been fatally shot, although it is never confirmed. The show ends with a police officer checking Walt's pulse, as Badfinger's 'Baby Blue' played us out for what we thought was the final time.