El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, Jesse looking into rear view mirror

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie gets new trailer

WARNING: THIS PIECE OF NEWS CONTAINS SPOILERS TO THE END OF BREAKING BAD.

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, which is arriving mid-next month, received another trailer following an Enchanted music video trailer. Breaking Bad actor, Aaron Paul, is officially returning for his iconic role as Jesse Pinkman, too.

The trailer released Sunday gave very little to the plot, but was enough to show the emotion that was still deeply rooted in Jesse after the finale of the series. El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie will center around him getting over his past to look forward to the future.

The series ended back in 2013 and ever since then fans have been wanting more. The flick was recorded in secret and announced back in August, surprising and delighting many fans who felt like there was more to the story.

Breaking Bad was a well-received series on AMC. Taking place in New Mexico, Walter White finds himself diagnosed with terminal lung cancer and as a means to provide a better life for his family, he began production of meth, using his skills as a chemistry teacher.

Breaking Bad ended with Jesse Pinkman leaving the neo-Nazi compound in his car while Walter White soon passed away in a meth lab.

Some wished to believe White somehow lived, but the trailer certainly closed that possibility. People on social media and YouTube reported counting eight bodies at the event described in the trailer. The radio noted nine, meaning it’s possible the ninth was White.

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie is coming to Netflix on October 11, 2019.