New York – The US hit series "Breaking Bad" is apparently to return as an art film. Approved by actor Bryan Cranston, who played the cult series, a cancer chemist Walter White, who becomes a drug manufacturer.
But he did not even read the script, Cranston announced on the radio show "The Dan Patrick Show" on Wednesday – so he did not know if the film's main character was white.
"Breaking Bad" is considered one of the best in the US series. She operated from 2008 to 2013, with 16 Emmy and two Gold Guards. White dies at the end of the series.
Cranston now said that he would like to reincarnate in the White Art Film, when serial inventor Vince Gilligan asked for it. Jilligan is a "genius," a 62-year-old actor said. According to media reports, the film's title is "Greenbrier." It is expected that filming will begin this month and will be completed in February.
The US channel AMC Breaking Bad recently spoke about the transformation of his hit series The Walking Dead. The film "Downton Abbey" is already filming.