El Camino revolves around Jesse Pinkman who drives a stolen El Camino vehicle after fleeing the bloody scene from the last episode of Breaking Bad.
There are two types of people. One who thinks Breaking Bad is the greatest TV show of all time. And the other who clamors for Game of Thrones to be the greatest. Really? Even after that disastrous last season? Well, sorry, but Breaking Bad has to be it.
And now, when fans got to know that there will be a new Netflix movie titled El Camino based on our beloved TV show, little did they know that it would be a fitting end to Breaking Bad.
El Camino is finally dropping on Netflix this Friday and we can't possibly keep calm! Aaron Paul is returning as the iconic Jesse Pinkman in the Netflix film El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, releasing on the streaming service.
And that's not all. We will also get to see some of our favorite characters from the Emmy winning show returning to the movie. This includes Charles Baker as Skinny Pete, Matt Jones playing Badger, Jonathan Banks as Mike Ehrmantraut and Larry Hankin as Old Joe.
Although we would not want to give away any spoilers for El Camino, so we're keeping it short. Basically, El Camino focuses on Pinkman who drives a stolen El Camino vehicle after fleeing the bloody scene from the last episode of Breaking Bad.
The story revolves around Pinkman trying to escape his former drug life and willing to start his life from scratch. All this while trying to run away from the police for killing a number of Neo-Nazis in the last episode.
But here's a question that has been lingering on the minds of pretty much every fan. Is Walter White returning? The creator of Breaking Bad, Vince Gilligan has an answer. And you may not like it.
During an appearance on The Rich Eisen Show earlier this week, Vince finally revealed the answer that we'd been looking forward to. "I'm gonna give you that one, Rich, because I love you so much," he said. "Yes, Walter White is dead. Yes."
Although we are not entirely sold by Vince's answer because last time, he did say that Breaking Bad was done and dusted after the five seasons. And look where we are right now.
So the only way to find that out is watching El Camino. And did we say, it is premiering in a few hours!!!
Although the timings aren't confirmed, Netflix usually premiers its new releases at 12:01 a.m. West Coast time. However, that means fans from the East coast will only get to watch El Camino around 3:01 a.m. As reported by Inverse. You can also catch the limited El Camino theatrical run in select theaters across the country.
Will you be watching the movie? Let us know! Meanwhile, watch the teaser here.