According to the Deadline portal, the movie version of the popular “Breaking Bad” series will hit the Netflix platform.
“Breaking Bad” is an AMC Station series that was broadcasted in 2008-2013. Starring Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul – the first one to play a chemistry teacher who takes on the production of drugs, while the second portrayed his former student and partner in a new business. Last year, the creation of a film version of the popular series was announced. Still not much is known about the new Vince Gilligan project. However, as reported by the Deadline portal, this production will go to the Netflix website.
The movie would debut at the AMC station, but it would also appear on the Netflix platform. Just to mention that the “Breaking Bad” series is still available on the platform and, as the producer of the series once admitted, the streaming giant gave the production a second life and brought many benefits. Netflix and AMC do not comment on this information for now.
So far, too little information about the project itself has been made available. According to unconfirmed information, the film was supposed to focus on the character played by Aaron Paul. Another gossip was about a casting list, which draws attention to the heroes returning in the film version. In addition to the character played by Bryan Cranston, the heroes of Krysten Ritter, Jonathan Banks, Jesse Plemons, Charles Baker, and Matt Jones would also return.