‘Breaking Dangerous’ Creator Is Engaged on a New Film Based mostly on the Present

Breaking Dangerous was a cultural phenomenon throughout its wildly profitable 5 season run, and it spawned the hit spinoff present Higher Name Saul, which is getting into its fifth season. However followers of the present now have much more to sit up for: In response to The Hollywood Reporter, a Breaking Dangerous film is within the works. Particulars are nonetheless hazy, however Vince Gilligan, who created the unique sequence, is heading up the brand new venture and dealing with Sony Photos Tv to supply the movie.

Aaron Paul’s New Present Is One way or the other Even Extra Intense Than ‘Breaking Dangerous’

 

Data on the venture is scarce, however a number of key particulars have been leaked. Sources advised THR that Gilligan will write the script and function government producer for the movie (and will probably direct it as properly), and the story will observe a person who’s kidnapped after which escapes from his captors. UPDATE: Slashfilm is reporting that the film will observe the character of Jesse Pinkman after the sequence finale of Breaking Dangerous, and that actor Aaron Paul will return for the venture. 

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Manufacturing is predicted to start in New Mexico within the subsequent few weeks, and the venture is tentatively titled Greenbrier, although that could be a placeholder title.

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Apart from that, Sony and Gilligan are protecting the venture beneath wraps. It’s unclear if Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, or any of the unique Breaking Dangerous stars will seem within the new movie, or the way it will match into the bigger universe of the present—it might be a prequel, like Higher Name Saul, or a sequel of some kind. Likewise, there’s no data on if the movie will probably be launched in theaters or go on to TV or streaming platforms.

However relaxation assured, Breaking Dangerous followers: You’ll have a lot to extra to observe.

 

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