Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul post cryptic messages about the movie spin-off’s release

Emmy winning actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul might be posting clues behind the Breaking Bad movie spin-off’s release.

The highly anticipated project has neither been confirmed nor denied but the two actors are adding fuel to the fire with matching posts on Twitter. Cranston and Paul’s tweets featured a pair of donkeys caption with a short but meaningful “Soon.”

The writer of the hit AMC show Peter Gould reposted Paul’s Tweet with the caption: “Looking forward to this.” The cryptic Tweets are getting the hopes up of Breaking Bad fans. While it is widely believed that the movie exists, no confirmation about the project has been confirmed. This makes it one of the most covert projects in Holywood.

Fans speculate that the film’s storyline will focus on a sequel to the American television series. Hopefully, the movie will unravel events after the series finale. In the series’ last episode, Jesse Pinkman escaped kidnapping and Walter White is seen seemingly dying of gunshot wounds.

The lead actors have remained tight-lipped regarding the project. Giving nothing but open-ended answers in interviews. The secretiveness of the anticipated film leaves no room for guessing. Even when it comes to how involved Cranston and Paul will be. Reports have circulated that film production had already taken place last November ending in February in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Fans are expecting that the film will be released on Netflix. This comes as the streaming giant bought first-run rights to the upcoming film according to Deadline.

Ben Hornery
Ben Hornery
Ben is is a senior journalist and sport columnist for Best in Australia. He previously worked for the BC and other radio stations.
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