After creating one of the series most acclaimed of the past decade and devise a spin-off to the height of its predecessor, Vince Gilligan will take your story to the cinema. The creator of Breaking Bad works on a new expansion of the drama, a film set in the same universe that was to be added in this way to Better Call Saul.
According to Deadline from what is published by Albuquerque Journal, the film was recorded between mid-November and early February in New Mexico. In fact, it seems to have been the office dedicated to the filming in this state, the New Mexico Film Office, the source of the newspaper in Albuquerque.
Gilligan, mentioned creator of Breaking Bad and co-creator of Better Call Saul, signs the script and will direct the film. Still has not closed any agreement with Sony, the production company, so that this film could end up becoming a tv-movie or a miniseries if any television network or streaming platform is concerned. AMC, home of the two previous series, has all the ballots if the project ends up landing on the small screen.
there has Still not confirmed anything about the cast, although the intention is that the original players of Breaking Bad, led by Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, to participate in the film. In regards to the production, Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein will return to work next to Gilligan in this project.
AMC aired the five seasons of Breaking Bad between 2008 and 2013. Released in 2015, Better Call Saul ended in October, its fourth season, having been renewed for a fifth installment in the past month of July.
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