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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Dandy, Jun 25, 2019.
Movie maybe. Thought I'd heard a few rumors about that.
I'm 110% down for a Breaking Bad movie. I assume it would primarily continue Jesse's story line while letting us know if Walter died or not.
Breaking Badder - the Baddening.
I mean, I don't think there's any question about what happened to Walter...
Or a prequel, in between BCS and the start of BB. We just watch Walt teach chemistry for 2 hours and follow Jesse around while he sells weed and eats tacos.
Yeah, I read that it's a planned Netflix movie that will focus on Jesse after the events of the series finale. Vince Gilligan is writing the script and maybe directing it, so the project is in good hands.
I don't know. I thought they left the door cracked open just in case. I mean, his wounds were probably fatal and if they didn't get him the cancer almost certainly did. But we never saw him actually dead. A return would be unlikely but not completely impossible. That said, I would think that in a sequel WW would only show up in flashback and/or dream scenes.
Sounds boring because you know when it was all said and done Jessie finally pulled his **** together right?!?!
Say my name..............
Maybe, maybe not. The series ended with him escaping the compound or whatever and then driving off in a stolen car. No money, no education, no friends. Maybe he pulls it all together and becomes a carpenter or something but it's a hell of an uphill battle to get there. He could just as easily fall back into old habits. And maybe that's the story. I'd watch.
Maybe Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul are going to start raising donkeys?
We sure this is about Breaking Bad and not Better Call Saul? Aren't they getting to the point of getting to the BB start?
Cranston headlines a donkey show in Tijuana.
You sure about that?
(And then he turns around to go back and get WW)
This would be very good news!
I don't know about the tv show....but Meth is making a comeback by all appearances in my local City Park. If we legalize it, will everything be better, jails less crowded, and government coffers just overflowing with cash so that our civil servants can do more good?