El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie dropped in theatres on 11 October 2019, then later on Netflix. The movie received good success in capturing the audience and great reviews on every site, even though they’ve only recovered one fourth a quarter budget, they used in producing the film, so far.
The storytelling of the movie picks off right where they left it in Breaking Bad. Jesse Pinkman is the center of the film. We see him bounce back from being broke again and almost losing everything in the Breaking Bad, his girlfriend, friends, best friend, home, his RV. He’s back on the street and still a convicted criminal.
Now deviating from alluding spoilers lets us jump right in on the possibility of a sequel.
Creator and Producer of Breaking Bad and El Camino, Vince Gilligan exclaims, “Never say Never.”
In an interview with Variety, Gilligan said
— Variety (@Variety) October 8, 2019
Gilligan isn’t entirely opposed to the idea, but it does seem like he wants to take a step further in a new direction. He wants to deviate from the universe of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. So there is a chance he will plummet Jesse Pinkman into an entirely new city with exciting characters and story, or he will abandon the Breaking Bad universe altogether. Listening to the interview, it does seem like the latter is the case.
What does Aaron Paul say to all this?
Aaron Paul is okay with doing as many sequels as long as Vince Gilligan is still on the project as a director, producer, or writer. At least it’s good to know that they are all on the same page.