Breaking Bad will be rejected in a feature film, US actor Brian Cranston said yesterday, who featured his hero Valter Witte. But he does not know if he will be adventurous …
Broadcasting from 2008 to 2013 on the AMC cable channel, "Breaking Bad" is considered one of the best series in the history of American television.
In just 5 seasons, she won 16 Emmy Awards, Television Awards and two Golden Globes.
"Frankly, I did not read the script," said Brian Cranston, 62 for The Dan Patrick Shov. "So the question is whether Valter Wheat will be in this movie or not," he added.
But he added that he would "absolutely" take over the role of a professor who made the drug maker if it was proposed by the creator of the series and director of the film Vince Gilligan.
"If Vince Gilligan asks me, of course, of course," he said. "He's a genius."
"I'm excited because it's bad," he said. "It was the biggest part of my professional life, and I can not wait to see these people again, even if it's just for a visit."
Cranston, nominated for the Oscar for his role in "Trumbo" (2015), said in a future film he would look at "at least two characters who did not finish their career" in the series.
"There are many people who wanted to go for some incomplete stories" at the end of 62 episode series, he said.
According to several US media, the title of the movie is "Greenbrier".
Asked by the state film office in New Mexico, she said that the shooting of a movie called "Greenbrier", produced by Sony Studio, will start in mid-November and end in February.
The Breaking Bad series was killed in New Mexico, mostly in Albuquerque and the surrounding area.
A few days ago, the AMC channel released film projects for another popular series "The Valking Dead".
And the British historical series "Dovnton Abbei", which has become the world, will also be adapted to the cinema. Film shooting started.