Cranston has not yet asked for a role
Bryan Cranston has no signs that he returns in the planned film adaptation of Breaking Bad. The actor played Walter White in the critically-acclaimed drama series, which is five seasons. Seriemaker Vince Gilligan now has also a movie written, that he will also direct.
The film, which is probably under the working title Greenbrier is included, is expected to be available later this month in New Mexico to start production – the same as they where Breaking Bad was filmed – and until February continue.
Gilligan has not yet responded to the news, but Cranston has now confirmed that a feature film is in the making. “There seems to be a movie version of Breaking Bad,” said Bryan on the radio during The Dan Patrick Show. “But I have to be honest, not the script read”. He has, however, with Gilligan about the film’s spoken and he is convinced that fans will enjoy as the film is ready.
“It is a great story, there are many people who have found that they are a type of completion wanted to see some storylines from the series and that happens in the film.” It seems that Cranston himself has not been invited to take part in the project, it is unclear whether the writer has found a way to White to bring back to life on the screen, after the death in the last episode of the series. It could be flashbacks.
Cranston would not hesitate to sign as he approached. “If Vince Gilligan asked me to do it, sure, absolutely. He is a genius.” And even if that offer is not true, the star is determined to return to New Mexico to see his old friends. “I’m excited about it, because it is Breaking Bad and it was the greatest professional period of my life and I can’t wait to have all those people to see again. Even if I just langskom to visit.”
A representative of the New Mexico Film Office says that Greenbrier the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom will follow, reports TheWrap, and fans believe that the plot relates to the character of Aaron Paul, Jesse Pinkman, who at the end of season five with a successful run for made after he was held captive in a drugslaboratorium.