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The Breaking Bad Cast Reacts to Comments for the El Camino Trailer

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The Breaking Bad Cast Reacts to Comments for the El Camino Trailer at Film Premiere

Breaking Bad cast reacts to comments from El Camino trailer

As the stars approached the long-awaited sequel to the long-awaited Breaking Bad El Camino movie, the stars of the beloved AMC series entered the classic methamphetamine lab to react to the comments fans left in the movie's trailers in a hilarious sketch. Check it out in the player below!

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Written and directed by series creator Vince Gilligan El Camino: A Breaking Bad movie is described below: "After his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse must accept the past to forge some kind of future."

The Emmy-winning series aired on AMC before seasons were made available later on Netflix. Vince Gilligan credit the streamer for his contribution to the show's success in his 2013 Emmy acceptance speech, saying he thinks Netflix has helped keep the show airing.

Played by Larry Hankin, Old Joe owns a junkyard who has helped Jesse (Aaron Paul) and Walter (Bryan Cranston) on numerous occasions with his extensive knowledge of law enforcement procedures, his engineering skills in technology development and the shredder. of cars that came in handy several times for antiheroes.

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AMC's Breaking Bad ended its critically acclaimed five-season series with an ending that brought in a record 10.3 million viewers. The series was followed by Better Call Saul, focused on Bob Odenkirk's little lawyer Jimmy McGill, who was renewed for the fifth season.

The film will be available for broadcast on October 11, exclusively on Netflix.

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