Netflix has launched a fresh behind-the-scenes featurette for El Camino, the forthcoming Breaking Bad movie. The two-minute video provides fans a much better glimpse in the secretive job, due out about the streaming service on October 11.
It did not even possess the movie’s name on the initial page.
El Camino will select up immediately following the close of the series finale of Breaking Bad, that has been aired in 2013. Paul states in the movie, “I understood that this story began with where we left off Breaking Bad, but I didn’t have any clue where it was going.”
Series founder, as well as the author and manager of El Camino, Vince Gilligan, states from the movie that this was a narrative he has wanted to tell for ages. “That is very much a busting bad picture. It seems somewhat like old home week, it seems just a bit like deja vu, and it also feels like something new and fresh.”
While little is known about the storyline of the movie, the trailers imply that the narrative will entail Paul’s personality, Jesse Pinkman, being chased by law enforcement after his rescue against the white supremacists who had chased him at the series. Jesse was busted by Walter White, who perished in the show’s final installment, and is thought to be creating some type of return in El Camino.
“I feel that the narrative of the movie is all about a man’s struggle to live,” Paul says in this movie. “It follows a guy on the run, who’ll stop at nothing to eventually become free”