“Breaking Bad” series creator Vince Gilligan is reportedly working on a new two-hour feature film with ties to the beloved series, though it’s currently unclear if it’s a theatrical release.
Details are scarce, including whether any of the show’s stars will return, but a logline released says the film “tracks the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom.”
The Albuquerque Journal broke the story, saying the project is going by the working title of “Greenbriar” with shooting to run at Sony Studios in New Mexico from later this month through early February according to the state’s film office.
Said office wouldn’t confirm or deny that the project was a “Breaking Bad” film. The project would be Gilligan’s first after signing a three year deal with Sony Pictures Television in July.
The original series ran for six seasons and wrapped in 2013. Bryan Cranston starred as Walter H. White, a struggling high school chemistry teacher who is diagnosed with advanced lung cancer and turns to a life of crime – becoming an infamous crystal meth dealer with the help of former student Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul).