Breaking Bad Movie: Jesse Reunites with an Old Friend in Latest Trailer

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Viewers will learn what became of Jesse Pinkman in just a few weeks. 

Netflix has dropped a full-length trailer for El Camino, the sequel to AMC's hit TV series, Breaking Bad. 

It shows Jesse attempting to rebuild his life following Breaking Bad Season 5 Episode 15 -- the bloody series finale of the series. 

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As you probably already know, Walter saved Jesse from a neo-Nazi drug den, killing the people in the place in the process. 

But Jesse drove off, and El Camino will pick up in the aftermath, showing viewers what becomes of Aaron Paul's character. 

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“In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse must come to terms with his past to forge some kind of future,” reads the official logline for the movie.

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Jesse is a bit worse for wear, so he reunites with Skinny Pete, and things get crazy pretty much instantly. 

We already know that Jesse is a Person of Interest in the string of murders thanks to the previous trailer from Netflix. 

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Jesse appears ready to make some changes to his life, and by the end of the wild two-minute trailer, he appears to have an epiphany. 

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A character who is not shown on-screen, asks him if he's ready, to which Jesse replies "Yeah."

It's different given that Jesse always followed words with "bitch" on the original series. 

It's unclear whether this movie could pave the way for another spinoff or some more movies, but time will tell. 

Have a look at the latest clip below and hit the comments with your thoughts on it. 

El Camino launches Friday, October 11, globally.

Paul Dailly is the Associate Editor for TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter.

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