Published On: Thu, Aug 29th, 2019

Breaking Bad movie El Camino: Aaron Paul shares KEY scene to WATCH | Films | Entertainment

Over the weekend the surprise first trailer for Breaking Bad movie El Camino hit the internet. Set after season finale Felina, the new film follows Jesse Pinkman on the run from the police, right after he decided not to shoot Walter White. The first trailer didn’t reveal much, with Skinny Pete being brought in for questioning, but now Jesse star Aaron Paul has shared a key scene from Breaking Bad, giving a big clue for where El Camino will go. The 40-year-old actor tweeted: “Cats out of the bag…and the bag is in the river. Here’s a moment from Breaking Bad to slowly prepare you all for what’s to come.”

The Breaking Bad scene is from Season 3 Episode 7, One Minute, in which Walt visits Jesse in hospital, having been attacked by Hank.

In an emotional outburst, the badly beaten Jesse tells Heisenberg how his life has been ruined since they teamed up together.

The young meth cook says: “I have never been more alone. I have nothing! No one. Alright?

“And it’s all gone! Get it? No, no, no… why-why would you get it?”

So just what has this got to do with El Camino? Well, following Jesse’s escape at the end of Felina, he’s now literally on his own.

Of course, he was joyous to escape, but perhaps he’ll come to realise he needed to Walt – who essentially saved his life anyway.

Let’s also not forget that there’s every possibility that Walt is somehow still alive.

Sure, it looked like he died in the final scenes of Breaking Bad, but for all we know right now he’s alive in hospital.

At the very least, we would imagine that Bryan Cranston is reprising his role in some way.

There’s always flashbacks and visions to consider, something the Heisenberg star has said he’d be open to.

Also, the fact that El Camino was secretly already shot, suggests there could be some big surprises that they didn’t want to risk leaking.

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie streams on Netflix on October 11, 2019.

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