You're going to want to mark Oct. 11 in your calendar, because that's when El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie hits Netflix and we'll finally get an update on the life of one Jesse Pinkman.
Netflix dropped the first teaser for the highly anticipated sequel to the AMC series back in August, as well as another chunk of footage during the Emmys in September. In both, we learn that Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul, reprising his role) is on the run, settling old debts and grudges while evading law enforcement. This is confirmed in the full trailer, released last week, which tells us a lot about what Jesse will get into with barely any dialogue. Now, they've released yet another teaser, above, titled "Go For Joe," which confirms the return of Rock Salvage owner Old Joe (played by Larry Hankin). And by the looks of it, he might be bailing Pinkman out yet again in the upcoming film.
Paul confirmed he'd be stepping back into Pinkman's shoes for the feature-length film late last year and is also on board as producer. There's no telling if Bryan Cranston will make an appearance as Walter White, but we do see Jesse digging a grave in the new trailer so . . . well, we can't be sure. Regardless, five years after the show ended, Cranston and Paul are still close. They even launched a Mezcal brand called Dos Hombres together last month.