Breaking Bad may have ended over six years ago, but the story that started with Walter White cooking meth to pay for his cancer treatments isn’t over, thanks to Netflix’s El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. The film will tell the tale of what happens to Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) after the series’ original ending, and it arrives on Netflix October 11.
With El Camino’s release almost here, the movie’s premiere is taking place now in Los Angeles, and GameSpot is on hand to chat with the cast and creators about what it’s like to be back in the metaphorical RV cooking up another batch of sweet, addictive, blue-hued Breaking Bad magic.
Follow along with us on Twitter as we quiz the cast on Breaking Bad trivia and find out everything we can about the movie, and keep checking back here for more updates!
For more on El Camino, check out our breakdown of the recent trailer, not to mention the 10 questions the series finale left us with that we hope the movie might answer. Then again, if you just want to know the answer to the show’s biggest question–whether Walter White is really dead, as it appeared at the end of the show–then you’re in luck, because Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan has just revealed the answer while promoting the film.
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