Leading to the television premiere of Netflix‘s El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, AMC has released a new featurette of Bryan Cranston transforming into its breakout series’ protagonist Walter White. Although Aaron Paul‘s Jesse Pinkman leads the film, one of the final scenes flashes back to his time in the Breaking Bad series along Walter.
However, both actors have been removed from the respective characters for almost six years, with the video above delving into what it’s like returning. “When I finally read the script, I was so into the story, so into what happens to Jesse, I absolutely forgot that I, Walter White, was in this movie,” Cranston says in the featurette. In the footage, we see Cranston and Paul reflect on each other, and how although the show started as a focus on White, it soon became a series about two central characters and their inner-most flaws.
Originally released on Netflix as an exclusive last fall, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie makes its global premiere on February 16 at 8 p.m. local time on AMC.
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