It’s now one month today until Breaking Bad movie El Camino is released on Netflix. Set in the aftermath of the show’s last episode Felina, the film will follow what happened to Jesse Pinkman next. The meth cook was last seen speeding away in a stolen car, having been freed from his captivity at the Nazi HQ by Walter White. Now a new video has been released to tease the highly-anticipated film.
However, unlike the first teaser with Skinny Pete, there’s no new footage for El Camino, but a three-minute Breaking Bad recap of Jesse’s story.
Titled Enchanted and featuring the music of Chloe X Halle, the short starts with the scene late in Breaking Bad when Jesse made a confession tape to the DEA.
As Jesse gets emotional, Hank says: “Just tell us everything you remember. Any business dealings, any personal dealings, any criminal activity you were a witness or a party to. Anything and everything. Just tell us your story.”
The rest of the footage briefly recounts his whole story from the beginning of Breaking Bad up to his escape in Felina.
Fans will remember only a portion of the confession tape was used during Breaking Bad, with the rest becoming a DVD extra.
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During the final season of Breaking Bad, white supremacist Jack Welker broke into Hank’s house and obtained Jesse’s confession tape.
However, we never saw him destroy it.
Jack was killed by Walt in Felina, so perhaps this teaser could hint at the plot of El Camino.
If the police have obtained Jesse’s confession after discovering Walt’s body at the Nazi HQ, maybe it could be a big part of the plot?
Meanwhile, another theory argues that Jesse could end up driving to Omaha, Nebraska and teaming up with Saul Goodman.
Just like Jesse, the dodgy lawyer is now a fugitive and now living under the identity of Gene Taković. Growing a moustache and wearing big glasses, Saul began a new life working at Cinnabon in the Cottonwood Mall of Omaha, Nebraska.
Fans have seen moments of his life after Breaking Bad in Better Call Saul’s flash-forwards, as he tries his best to avoid police detection.
El Camino’s teaser and poster reveal very little of the film’s plot, but the latter does emphasise a road trip, with Jesse in his getaway car.
Now Omaha is almost 900 miles away from Albuquerque, so we wouldn’t put it past Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan to take Jesse in the direction of Saul.
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie streams on Netflix on October 11, 2019.
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