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Bryan Cranston And Aaron Paul WILL Star In Breaking Bad Movie

In November, Bryan Cranston – who played Walter across the show’s five seasons between 2008 and 2013 – said there would be a movie, and since then fans have been dying to know who’s going to be in it.

Revenge of the Fans claim to have done some digging and worked out who will feature in the movie.

Everyone’s favourite duo Jesse and Walter will reunite for the big screen, despite the tricky issue of the latter’s demise at the end of season five.

Along with Cranston and Paul, the site claims Krysten Ritter, Jonathan Banks, Jesse Plemons, Charles Baker, Matt Jones and Robert Forster would all return, along with a ‘few surprises’.

Revenge of the Fans states: “Not only will the story find a way bring back Ritter’s Jane – with whom Jesse had a tragic love affair way back during the show’s first season – but series star Cranston is set to play some sort of role in the new film as well. This, despite both characters having met their ends on the show.”

This all comes after Cranston not only confirmed that a film was on its way, but also that he had spoken to Vince Gilligan about the project. He did admit, however, that he hadn’t yet seen a script.

“There appears to be a movie version of Breaking Bad, but I have honestly not even read the script.

“There is a question [of] whether we’d even see Walter White in the movie. I would absolutely do it [play Walter again] – it’s Vince Gilligan and he’s a genius.”

He added that he’d like to see some closure for some of the storylines that remained unresolved by the show’s conclusion.

However, at this stage there still isn’t much information on when the film will be set – so whether it will resume the story as a sequel, or simply function as a Breaking Bad spin-off, is still up in the air.

Bryan added: “I’m excited about it because it’s Breaking Bad and it was the greatest professional period of my life and I can’t wait to see all those people again.”

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