Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul posts a photo of himself with Bryan Cranston to continue teasing a mystery collaboration between the two. The Emmy winning stars of AMC's acclaimed crime drama made waves a week ago, when they both posted identical donkey photos on their respective social media accounts, hinting that something was on the way "soon." Further details are unavailable at this time, but the lack of information didn't stop Breaking Bad fans from dreaming of a reunion between Jesse Pinkman and Walter White.
Though Breaking Bad signed off the air back in 2013, Vince Gilligan's Albuquerque underworld has remained in the public consciousness in the years since. Not only is spinoff series Better Call Saul enjoying its own successful run on AMC, there's been much discussion about a Breaking Bad movie. Written and directed by Gilligan, the film is said to be a Breaking Bad sequel that would revolve around Paul's Jesse. Back in January, Cranston was among the reported in the cast, though nothing official has been announced on that front yet. Still, everyone's favorite meth cooking duo continue to tease their fans.
On his official Twitter account, Paul shared a picture of himself walking alongside Cranston. Cryptically, the caption reads "Even sooner." Check it out for yourself in the space below:
There remains the distinct chance that this has nothing to do with anything Breaking Bad and is a completely different project. Still, the combination of these two actors spending time together and reports about a Breaking Bad movie make this picture (and last week's posts) quite a coincidence. When one also considers the fact Better Call Saul isn't returning until 2020 (after the first four seasons ran from 2015-2018), it seems highly possible Gilligan will be keeping himself busy by working on the Breaking Bad movie this year before returning to Saul. Time will tell, but the pieces appear to be adding up right now.
It's frustrating for fans to be so in the dark at the moment, but perhaps they can take solace in the emergence of an apparent pattern. Paul and Cranston's first tease was shared on Tuesday, June 25, and this one was posted on Tuesday, July 2. Whatever the reason, the duo feels Tuesday is the best day of the week to tease their followers, so next week maybe more will come to light. And eventually, fans will find out if this is something for Breaking Bad or not.
Source: Aaron Paul