'Breaking Bad' two-hour movie reportedly in the works

That same source also reports that the title is now "Greenbriar" and that production in the Duke City is scheduled to kick off in mid-November and run through until early February.

It's also not yet known if Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston or Aaron Paul will participate in any way.

So, on a scale of one to 10, how psyched are you for a Breaking Bad movie?

"Greenbrier" is the title being floated around for a project incredibly light on details.

According to THR, there's a new story set in the Breaking Bad universe coming in the shape of a two hour movie (though it's unclear if that will be theatrical or made for TV like AMC's Walking Dead movies).

The New Mexico Film Office has remained tight-lipped when questioned about the project and is sticking to the "Greenbrier" project name.

Breaking Bad filmed in New Mexico for six years, and Better Call Saul had filmed there as well.

The ambitious production requires 300 local crew members, 16 actors and approximately 450 background actors. However, an unnamed source close to the production has allegedly confirmed that the film is in fact Breaking Bad.

U.S. entertainment industry website Deadline reports that it is unclear if cast members from the original series, which was toplined by Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, will return for what is envisioned as a standalone Breaking Bad story.

He turns to a life of crime, producing and selling methamphetamine with a former student, Jesse Pinkman, played by Aaron Paul, with the aim of securing his family's financial future before he dies.

Gilligan's current project, Better Call Saul, chronicling Saul Goodman's small-time lawyer who takes his own journey into criminal activities, is up to its fifth season, airing in 2019.



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