Brand new 'El Camino: a Breaking Bad Movie' trailer gives first look at Jesse Pinkman
Netflix has given viewers a first look at Aaron Paul reprising his role as Jesse Pinkman in the upcoming film, El Camino: a Breaking Bad Movie, after announcing the film in August.
The trailer was first shown during a commercial break at last night’s Emmys and now the streaming giant has officially released it online.
Take a look at the teaser trailer for El Camino: a Breaking Bad Movie, written and directed by Vince Gilligan, creator of the show:
"In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse Pinkman must come to terms with his past in order to forge some kind of future," the film's logline reads.
And in the trailer, we see the character (who is on the run following events which occurred in the series finale) listening to a report of Walter White's massacre in his El Camino. Nine are named dead in the report, but White isn't specifically mentioned, despite being the focus of a nationwide manhunt.
Bryan Cranston starred as the seemingly deceased chemistry teacher-turned-meth-manufacturer in the series. Fans of the beloved crime drama are eager to find out whether White, the show's protagonist, is somehow still alive, despite what the finale led us to believe.
Needless to say, since being posted online, the trailer has garnered an excited response from fans of the critically acclaimed series:
"This is tight, tight, tight!" one fan wrote. "Cannot wait to see what will happen to Jesse."
"So after the #ElCamino trailer how many people are going back and counting exactly how many people died in the final scene of Breaking Bad?" added another.
The award-winning series, which came to an end back in 2013, was widely considered one of the greatest shows in the history of television, and so the making of a movie was a no-brainer.
El Camino is produced by Mark Johnson, Melissa Bernstein, Charles Newirth, Diane Mercer and Aaron Paul, in association with Sony Pictures Television.
It is set for release on October 11 on Netflix and in select theatres.