BREAKING Bad fans are convinced Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston have just dropped the biggest hint yet that they’re reuniting for a film, six years after the cult series ended.
The stars of the show both tweeted the same photo of two donkeys standing together with the word, “Soon”.
Since late 2018 there have been lots of rumours about the possibility of a Breaking Bad movie, which appeared to be confirmed when series lead Bryan Cranston didn’t deny it in a radio interview.
And now the matching tweets? Needless to say, fans lost their minds and immediately started guessing what it could mean.
One speculated: “It's the sequel film of Breaking Bad. Yes, Cranston will return too. We don't know if in flashback or a sort of a ghost that torments Jessy mind.”
“welll we never really know if he died …he could of just passed out with blood loss ?? saved him then arrest him, maybe jesse helps him escape in the movie ? who knows, but either way, I Can Not wait,” enthused a second.
Another joked: “"You know. You all know exactly who I am. Bray my name."”
In the award-wining American crime drama, chemistry teacher Walter White, played by Bryan Cranston, starts making crystal meth after being diagnosed with lung cancer to secure his family’s financial future.
He and former student Jesse Pinkman, played by Aaron Paul, drive out to the desert to cook the drug in a camper van.
Over five series, Walt transforms into criminal mastermind Heisenberg and comes up against serious underworld figures.
At the end of the last episode it appeared (very old spoiler alert) that Walter was killed in a shootout. But could he have survived after all?
Looking logically at the information it’s safe to assume that whatever is going on, Bryan and Aaron will both be involved in the future project.
However, no one is sure exactly what that is.
One explanation could be that the two actors will soon be confirmed for Vince Gilligan's in-development movie spin-off.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the director is working on a two-hour movie.
It's not yet known if the film will be released in cinemas, or if it'll be made for television.
A source said: "Vince will pen the script, executive produce and possibly direct.
"Breaking Bad and prequel series Better Call Saul exec producers Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein are also said to be attached to the film project."
Another option is that they may both be set to appear in the next season of Better Call Saul.
Either way, Breaking Bad fans can’t wait to see their two favourite fictional meth cookers back on screen.
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