Aaron Paul Explains Everything That Happened In Breaking Bad In Two Minutes

Breaking Bad creator finally confirms Walter White's fate ahead of El Camino release

With ‘El Camino’ due out Friday, ‘Breaking Bad’ creator confirms truth about Walter White

Netflix is scheduled to release the long-awaited Breaking Bad film, officially titled El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, tomorrow, October 11.

Now, most of us will be familiar with the Emmy award-winning series - probably having watched all five series three times over - but if you are one of the very few who hasn't quite managed to get around to watching it, then fear not.

Paul's synopsis eventually started to unravel.

Breaking Bad stars Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston have reunited to mark the launch of their forthcoming film El Camino.

He's dead. Yep, I'm sorry to break it to you, he's as dead as disco, folks. On Monday, Breaking Bad (and "X-Files") creator Vince Gilligan confirmed on "The Rich Eisen Show" what fans have assumed. "I'm gonna give you that one too...yes, Walter White is dead". If your memory of 2013's meth-based action is a little hazy, and you're struggling to recall where Jesse Pinkman ended up, or if Walter White is even alive, don't worry: we have you covered. 'Sure, Walter White is tedious. Nonetheless, the brand new trailer has everyone persuaded that the famous person will return - and we're merely excessively energized.

The 57-year-old country crooner was on Tuesday night's episode, where he was challenged to sing the "Breaking Bad" theme song as part of Fallon's "Audience Suggestion Box" game.

On a cool Los Angeles evening at the El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie premiere, franchise cast members like Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, and Giancarlo Esposito were reunited - and luckily, cameras were on hand to capture the moment.

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