Rumor has it that the film is now operating under the unconfirmed (read: possibly fake) working title of Greenbrier.
However, it is unclear if Bryan Cranston's character White will be making an appearance in the movie.
The plot - a kidnapped man on a quest for freedom - sounds an terrible lot like Jesse (Aaron Paul) in the final season, when he was kidnapped by Neo Nazis.
According to The Journal, citing the New Mexico Film Office, the film will be titled Greenbrier, and production is scheduled to begin mid-November through February.
And it's not yet known whether the film version will be a prequel or sequel, or even it it's heading for the cinema or TV.
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Emma said they would be "celebrating for the women who were around when we came out.it's going to be very special". Emma said: "There's no plans for Glastonbury but we should though".
Details on the proposed project are now scarce, and it's not yet clear whether the film is being planned for a theatrical or television debut. Better Call Saul executive producers Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein are rumored to be involved, too.
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The Los Angeles native continued: 'I have not gotten the script, I have not read the script.
Cranston is definitely of the mind that the "Breaking Bad" story should continue. Now, Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston has confirmed the existence of the Breaking Bad movie as well, b is Cranston appearing in the film in some way, shape or form?
Gilligan has previously stated that he left Jesse's story open on objective so that fans could decide what would actually happen to him after the series ended.
Last year, Gilligan told News Breakfast he felt a lot of pressure to nail the final episode, watched live by more than 10 million people when it aired in the US.