Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have teased a possible reunion.
It all started on Twitter through a series of cryptic tweets, when the pair posted the exact same image of mules, referring to the term “drug mules” with the caption “soon.” The pair have talked about a possible reunion before, but after these tweets, it immediately sparked speculation that a reunion is well on its way.
The hit television series ran for five seasons, first premiering in 2008 with the finale ending in 2013. Soon after, a successful spin-off series called Better Call Saul began in 2015. Recently, a forthcoming Breaking Bad movie, which is set to be a direct sequel to the series, was hinted at, so perhaps that’s what the cryptic teaser is referring to.
Check out the hint below.
— Bryan Cranston (@BryanCranston) June 25, 2019
— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) June 25, 2019
The creator of the show, Aidan Gilligan, was working on a movie adaptation of the show. The working title is Greenbrier, and it will center around a kidnapped man’s escape and journey to freedom.
Cranston confirmed the news of a Breaking Bad film, but was unsure if he would appear as his character Walter White, knowing the characters fate in the final season.
It is unknown if the film will be a prequel or a sequel to the series or if the original stars will be involved. Sources say that Gilligan will take the lead in the project and executive producers Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein have been linked to the project.