Yesterday, American actor Bryan Cranston, who embraced hero Walter White, said the cult series "Breaking Bad" would be rejected in a feature film. But he may be adventurous.
"Breaking Bad," broadcast on the AMC Cable Channel from 2008 to 2013, is considered one of the best in American television history.
In five seasons, she won two Emmy Awards, Television Awards and Golden Globes.
"Honestly, I did not read the script," Bryan Cranston (62) told Dan Patrick Show. "The question is whether Walter White will appear in this movie."
But if filmmaker Vince Gilligan suggested him, the professor would "absolutely" take over the role of a prestigious drug maker, he added.
"Of course, if Vince Gilligan asks me to do that," he said. "He is a genius."
"I am excited because it is breaking news," he said. "It's the biggest part of my career and I can not see these people again, even if it's for a visit."
Cranston, nominated for the Academy Award for "Trumbo" (2015), said he will look closely at the next two "uncharacteristic characters" in the film.
"At the end of the 62 episodes of the series" There are a lot of people who wanted to follow some unfinished story, "he said.
According to some American media, the title of the film is "Greenbrier".
The State of New Mexico Film Department said the movie, titled "Greenbrier" and filming at Sony Studios, will end in mid-November through February.
The "Breaking Bad" series was filmed mainly in Albuquerque and its surrounding areas in New Mexico.
A few days ago, the AMC channel released a movie project about the popular series "The Walking Dead."
And the British history series "Downton Abbey," which has been voted on all over the world, will also be applied to the film. Movie shooting started.