Published On: Fri, Sep 13th, 2019

Breaking Bad movie El Camino first look at Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman? | Films | Entertainment


It’s less than a month until Breaking Bad movie El Camino hits Netflix. However, very little is known about the secretive project except that it’s set after the hit TV series and focuses on Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman. The first teaser trailer only features the meth cook’s friend Skinny Pete, telling the police he didn’t know of Jesse’s whereabouts. But now what may be the first look at Paul’s character has been shared on Omaze.

Celebrities sometimes use Omaze for fans to enter competitions to meet them by donating to charities of their choice.

El Camino’s is called: ‘Meet Aaron Paul and Vince Gilligan at the Breaking Bad Movie Premiere.”

Promoting the competition are two snaps of Paul outside and inside the Breaking Bad meth lab RV.

As Screen Rant point out, it’s not clear if this is on the set of El Camino or elsewhere. 

Certainly, Paul isn’t exactly dressed as Jesse in a denim jacket and black T-shirt and it does seem to be from the same shoot with Bryan Cranston for another Omaze campaign last year when he’s wearing the same clothes, although maybe they were also gearing up to shoot El Camino together just a few months later?

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Nevertheless, if these snaps were foreshadowing El Camino, they could tease the return of Walter White.

After all, Jesse and Walt’s RV was crushed in Breaking Bad season 3 episode 6 Sunset.

If the RV returns for El Camino that can only mean one thing – a flashback.

Fans have been speculating how Bryan Cranston’s Walter White could return after his apparent death in final episode Felina.

And flashbacks are one of the obvious options, so maybe we’ll see the pair working in the RV meth lab once again?

Of course, the other option is that Walter White is very much alive.

Back in 2014, Cranston gave an interview with CNN, where he suggested Walt may not be as dead and buried as suspected.

Asked if Walt was gone, Cranston said: “I don’t know. You never saw bags zip up or anything.”

Cranston was then pressed on if Walt would be back for a Breaking Bad movie or series revival. The star said: “Never say never.”

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie streams on Netflix on October 11, 2019.



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