Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan’s highly-anticipated feature-length follow-up to the acclaimed AMC series arrived earlier this month to rave reviews, rounding off much of the series cliff-hanging questions and concluding the tumultuous road for Jesse Pinkman. Now Netflix has released a behind the scenes featurette for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, offering up 13-minutes of footage that dives into the making of the film.
From Gilligan to Aaron Paul, Jonathan Banks, Jesse Plemons, and more of the cast and crew, the mini-doc showcases original cast members discussing Breaking Bad six years later, even harboring footage of the late Robert Forster, who passed just days after the movie’s debut. The video reveals what went into the recreation of much of the scenes from the series, including having to remake costumes, props, and more to match the originals.
You can watch The Road to El Camino: Behind the Scenes of El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie above.
In related news, Vince Gilligan recently revealed an alternative ending to the film.