Breaking Bad Movie Gets Premiere Date at Netflix - Watch Teaser

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The long-gestating Breaking Bad movie is coming to Netflix later this year. 

The streamer has announced that the follow-up will be available to stream globally from Friday, October 11. 

As for the title, it is El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. 

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“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,” the movie's logline states. 

Netflix will be the streaming home, but it is expected that it will air on AMC (the original show's home) down the line. 

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It's also unclear whether Netflix plans to release the movie in theaters, but given that many other movies from the streamer have been getting limited theatrical runs, it is a big possibility. 

With Aaron Paul leading the cast, there have been many questions surrounding Bryan Cranston's involvement in it. 

If you watch Breaking Bad online, you know what became of Walter White, but that doesn't mean he couldn't appear in a flashback. 

Aaron revealed the movie's existence in a New York Times interview over the weekend, and he later took to Twitter to react to the news. 

"Wait, I thought there was only Mezcal on the horizon? I’m so confused," he shared.

"Oh wait, got it. I understand now. It’s about patience."

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"I guess there is a movie happening after all? Didn’t realize I could talk about it. I guess I can."

"Thanks New York Times for blowing up this “secret”💎"

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

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