The guy who played Walter White has some good news Breaking bad fans. For anyone wondering if Bryan Cranston will be in the rumored Breaking bad film, the actor revealed that she can only have some cooking, during an interview invitation on her Wednesday, November 7 episode The Dan Patrick show. "Yes, there seems to be a movie version Breaking bad, "Cranston, who starred in the AMC series from 2007 to 2013, confirmed to the former ESPN host his radio show." But I honestly have not read the script yet, so I could not tell you. "
The news of a possible Breaking bad movie first broke through The Hollywood reporter on Tuesday 6 November, with the socket indicating the anonymous sources that reported that Emmy Award-winning "Vince Gilligan" is working on a two-hour film, although it remains unclear whether it will be released theatrically or made for television. (Bustle arrived at representatives of Gilligan, AMC and Sony Pictures Television producer after the report was published but did not receive a response.)
While Cranston admitted in the interview that because he had not yet gotten a script, "there's a question whether or not we'll even see Walter White in this movie," would be "absolutely" interested in repeating the role for which he won four extraordinary actress actors in Primetime Emmy Award:
"If Vince Gilligan asked me to do it for sure, absolutely. It's a genius and it's a great story and there are many people who felt they wanted to see some kind of integration in some of these stories that were left open. idea, than they say, comes into it … at least some of the characters that were not completed until their journey. "
As surely the fans remember, when Breaking bad took his last bow in 2013, Walter White had died and so the actor admits that – if his cancer student who paid the high school, the chemistry teacher in high school turned the character of the metal workshop, he has no indication in what capacity it would be. Cranston, who admitted having discussed the project with Gilligan, made curiosity that he could appear in retrospectives. Another possibility is that the plot could follow its course Breaking bad prequel spinoff Better call Saul, which deals with Bob Odenkirk and encompasses his fourth season in October. (AMC also renewed the series for a next fifth season.)
Post THR said the project is currently being called Greenbrier, The Albuquerque Journal was able to conclude that the film could probably focus on Jesse Pinkman (played by actress Aaron Paul), who was finally released from clusters of rogue drug smugglers in the series finale. The reason? The newspaper confirmed through the New Mexico Film Office that a work titled Greenbrier is about to start going to Albuquerque in mid-November, and this year, "the escape of a kidnapped man and his search for freedom." They could not, however, say whether or not Greenbier is actually associated with Breaking bad. (Side note, for those who do not know: Breaking bad both were done and filmed in Albuquerque.)
Cranston – who stars in the Broadway game Network – he also told Patrick that returning to Walter White's role five and a half years after making the package would be like finding "a sweater you once wore" in an old suitcase.
"I think if I put my clothes on, I shave my head and put my glasses and perhaps Heisenberg's hat, I think these talis could just send me back there," he added.
Whether it ends up in the movie or not, Cranston will not be kept away from the set – for nostalgia, if nothing else. "I'm excited about it because it is Breaking bad, "he said in a radio interview." It was the biggest professional period of my life and I can not wait to see again all these people, even if I come to visit. "
While the fans are waiting for a formal confirmation from AMC, Cranston has now given them many reasons to maintain the hope that the film will be realized.