Last end of the week, the updates on an unexpected Breaking Bad sequel movie spilled after Netflix erroneously posted the title card on its landing page. After the hole, Netflix posted a trailer that demonstrated Skinny Pete being addressed by the police. The cop’s central issue: Where is Jesse Pinkman?
Thin Pete stuck by his companion, telling the cops, “No chance I’m helping you individuals returned Jesse Pinkman inside a confine.”
Be that as it may, past this, we don’t know much else about the Breaking Bad movie. We last observe Jesse escape bondage, get into his El Camino and dash away from imprisonment, snickering with joy and opportunity.
What happens is next is likely what will be investigated in the Breaking Bad movie relevantly titled El Camino. What’s more, the greatest piece of information we’ve gotten about the plot is a tweet from Aaron Paul telling fans to watch one specific scene before the movie.
It’s the seventh scene of Season Three. Walt visits Jesse in the emergency clinic after he gets the crap destroyed of him by Hank. Walt needs Jesse to be his new meth lab associate for a cool $1.5 million. Jesse says no, and dispatches into a splendid monolog, saying “As far back as I met you, all that I’ve at any point thought about is gone. Destroyed. Gone to poop. Dead. As far back as I snared with the incomparable Heisenberg. I have never been all the more alone. I don’t have anything. Nobody.”
It’s an absolutely disastrous scene, one that slices through Jesse’s extreme person air to a messed up man—one who lost his better half, who has no family, who has gotten his rear end kicked more than once, his life compromised, and is needed by the police.
— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) August 25, 2019
What’s more, that is actually how you could portray Jesse’s present state toward the part of the arrangement. Just this time, he’s experienced the injury of being held a detainee in an exacting confine.
Thus, in any event, it appears we can hope to see a messed up Jesse attempt to discover some satisfaction and harmony on the planet.