BREAKING Breaking Bad news!
Your favorite student-teacher duo Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul both posted the same cryptic picture of donkeys standing side-by-side, going instantly viral and inspiring fan theories from here to Albuquerque.
SOON? DONKEYS?? DRUG MULES???
It’s been over ten years since Breaking Bad premiered and six years since Jesse Pinkman said his last “b*tch” and drove off into the sunset.
Back in February, creator Vince Gilligan confirmed that he was working on a sequel film about Jesse. The Hollywood Reporter revealed in December that the two-hour project “tracks the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom” and is set in the world of the show—namely, New Mexico.
“The New Mexico Film Office confirmed that a project with the title of Greenbrier is slated to shoot in the region,” THR wrote.
So we know that a project exists, and that Paul is likely involved. Does Cranston’s tweet mean that he is involved in the movie, even though his character was killed in the finale?
Was he reincarnated as a donkey?
Are these tweets not even about Breaking Bad, but a live-action Shrek?
If it’s not the movie, could it be:
A Walter White-inspired tighty-whities line?
An exhibit celebrating Hank’s rocks—no, MINERALS!—collection?
A fundraiser to help teachers pay for cancer treatment without having to cook meth?