Aaron Paul has shared the first photo from the Breaking Bad movie, featuring his costar Bryan Cranston and fans are losing their minds.
The two men are holding their shoes, as they walk along a creek. Paul is slightly in front of Cranston, who appears to be displeased.
Paul didn’t give anything away with his caption either. He only caused a slew of confusion for fans by writing, “Even Sooner.”
Fans immediately flooded social media with memes, questions, and happy responses to seeing the famous duo together again. Several people are hoping Paul’s caption means the Breaking Bad movie is happening sooner rather than later.
Even sooner pic.twitter.com/9VOBJOmZn5
— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) July 2, 2019
“please be real, please be what i think it is… dont play with me,” Tweeted Second Gear
“What the fuck! When? Where? Who? I want all the information and I want it now! Pleaseeeeee” wrote Pabernos matao
“Aaron. tell us whats happening. right now.” Tweeted vítor ramos
Even Breaking Bad screenwriter Peter Gould, who is the showrunner for the spin-off Better Call Saul, couldn’t hold back from commenting on Paul’s Tweet.
“Looking forward to this,” Gould wrote.
It is the second cryptic message the actor, who played Jesse Pinkman on the AMC hit series, has Tweeted about reprising the role that made him a household name. Paul shared a picture of two horses with the word “soon” as a caption last week.
Details involving the Breaking Bad film or sequel, as it is also being referred to, have been kept under wraps. Neither AMC nor Netflix have not even officially confirmed the top-secret project. The latter picked up first rights to a Breaking Bad film with it airing later on the network, which brought fans the hit drama.
— TV Time (@tvshowtime) July 2, 2019
Series creator Vince Gilligan is reportedly on board to helm the flick that will focus on the life of Jesse Pinkman following the events of the series finale. Cranston’s involvement means part of the movie will be flashbacks. Either that or his character of Walter White had a different ending than fans saw in the finale.
Aaron Pual’s latest Tweet has fans clamoring for more information on the Breaking Bad movie. In March, he shared with Variety’s Coffee Talk that he would love to be part of the project, but he had not heard anything about it back then.
Either Paul was fibbing to Variety’s Coffee Talk, or things moved extremely fast for the Breaking Bad film, only time will tell.