Bryan Cranston And Aaron Paul Will Reunite For 'Breaking Bad' Movie

Calling all Breaking Bad fans! Your wildest dreams might just be coming true because according to the online film publication Revenge of the Fanseveryone's favorite partners in crime may be reuniting for a movie based on the iconic TV show. Breaking Bad, which aired on AMC, followed former high school teacher Walter White, portrayed by Bryan Cranston, and his former student Jesse Pinkman, portrayed by Aaron Paul, through their life of crime as White tried to secure financial stability for his family after being diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. Airing for five seasons between 2008 and 2013, the critically acclaimed show quickly became one of the most popular series on television, garnering millions of views each week and earning millions of dedicated fans around the world. Although Cranston had confirmed that a Breaking Bad movie was in the works in November of 2018, the premise and cast of the film remained unknown while fans wondered if the iconic pairing of Cranston and Paul would be reprising their characters.


However, these questions seem to have been answered as Revenge of the Fans claims to have uncovered the full cast list for the upcoming film that takes place in the Breaking Bad universe and is currently in production under the name "Greenbrier". It seems as though not only will both Cranston and Paul be returning to their roles in some capacity, but the film will allegedly feature a star studded list of other celebrities reprising their roles from the original series. This list includes Jonathan Banks (Mike), Jesse Plemons (Todd), Charles Baker (Skinny Pete), Matt Jones (Badger), Robert Forster (Ed, aka The Disappearer), Tess Harper (Mrs. Pinkman), Kevin Rankin (Kenny), and Krysten Ritter (Jane), as well as a" few surprises." While the overall plot of the film is still unknown, it's sure to make big waves in the movie industry whenever it does end up premiering.



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