The brief return of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) aside, the most emotional callback to Breaking Bad in the Netflix film El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie is when fans were given another glimpse at Jane (Krysten Ritter) as she schooled Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) on the unpredictability of the universe.
Vince Gilligan the screenwriter and producer of the Television series and the film along with Aaron Paul re-casting his role as Jesse Pinkman.
Speaking to People about where the sequel film leaves Jesse, Paul said: "This was the exact ending I envisioned".More news: Nikon's Z50 is official: the company's most affordable mirrorless camera yet
"Years ago, when the show was wrapping up, I was always hoping that Jesse would find some sort of inner peace and find a peaceful setting to call home and escape the chaos".
"You know, I did receive a letter that was disguised as a really sweet letter during the shooting of "Breaking Bad"," Paul recalled.
The story basically picks up where Breaking Bad left it off, so even if you haven't watched the series, El Camino would stand on its own.More news: Four killed, three injured in Brooklyn club shooting
So what'd I think?
"If he wants to dive deep into this again then I'm all for it". We took a gander at Twitter to see what the first viewers had to say about the new chapter in the meth-filled saga. "Never say never, but it's probably about time I do something new".
That's hardly a crime, as these things go, but "El Camino" nevertheless plays more like the generic version of "Breaking Bad" than a full-strength dose of it.More news: Second Person Has Died From Legionnaires' Outbreak At Mountain State Fair