Netflix accidentally reveals the title of ‘Breaking Bad’ follow-up movie


Netflix accidentally revealed the title of the upcoming sequel of ‘Breaking Bad’. Apparently, a placeholder image was revealed by a Reddit user. The accidental placeholder reveal was soon taken down by Netflix but it gave up a few hints about the upcoming sequel.

The movie is supposedly titled as ‘El Camino: A breaking bad movie’. The synopsis from the placeholder image read as, ‘Fugitive Jesse Pinkman runs from his captors, the law, and his past.’

It was also revealed that the movie was written and directed by the very own creator of breaking bad, Vince Gilligan.

The lawyer Saul Goodman who is played by Bob Odenkirk had also revealed earlier that the movie was already shot.

He was shocked at the fact that the shooting of the movie had been able to stay as a secret from everyone. He said that it was an amazing job done by the makers if it managed to stay as a secret for such a long time.


He added that the team has done a great job for the movie. The movie was completely shot and it is am amazing work by the artists.

It is also possible that the movie will premiere on AMC along with Netflix.

The breaking bad saga started back on January 20, 2008. It continued for five seasons till September 29, 2013.

It is a crime drama that follows the story of a struggling chemistry teacher who was recently diagnosed with lung cancer at stage three. To secure his family’s future before he dies, he chooses the criminal pathway.

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He along with his student Jesse Pinkman enters the crime world dealing with all the dangers inside.

The breaking bad feature film was announced in February 2019 and the film is all set to release on Netflix in October on the 11th in this very year.


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