The cult series "Breaking News" will be a movie, and American actor Brian Cranston, who played Walter White, said on Wednesday without specifying whether he would return to the main plot.
Between 2008 and 2013 on the AMC Cable Channel, "Breaking Bad" is one of the best series in American TV history.
In five seasons, I received 16 Emmy Awards, 2 Oscars, and 2 Golden Globes.
"I honestly did not read the script," Cranston, 62, told The Dan Patrick Show. "The question is whether Walter White is in the movie or not."
When the actor's creator and film director Vince Gilligan invites him, he says the chemistry professor will be ready to transform into a producer and drug dealer.
"If Vince Gilligan asks me that, of course," he said. "genius".
"I am excited about Breaking Bad." It was the best time in professional life and I look forward to seeing these people again, even if it is for a visit. "
Cranston, who was nominated for Oscar for Trumbo (2015), said the next film will scrutinize "more than two characters who did not complete the trajectory" in the series.
"Many wanted to finish the last few episodes of the series in the series.
According to some American media, the interim title of the movie "Greenbrier".
Asked about this, the director of filmmaking in New Mexico confirmed that filming, called "Greenbrier" by Sony Studios, will end in mid-November through February.
The series "Breaking Bad" has been filmed mainly in Albuquerque and the surrounding area in New Mexico.