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‘Breaking Bad’ stars tease project reveal “even sooner” in second photo

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July 2, 2019
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It looks like Breaking Bad stars Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston are up to their old tricks again, taking to social media to drop another cryptic teaser.

Could a reunion really be happening? Is the Breaking Bad movie finally on the way?

We need answers.

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Last month, Paul (who played Jesse Pinkman) and Cranston (Walter White) posted the same photo across their socials with the caption “soon.”

The photos show a very New Mexico-looking desert background and two donkeys, which a lot of fans assumed to be “drug mules.”

The tweets sparked a few theories from fans, with some believing this has something to do with the alleged Breaking Bad sequel film slated to hit Netflix before AMC.

Another theory involves season 5 of Better Call Saul, which is set to air in 2020.

Now, the duo are teasing another set of matching photos, this time with the caption “Even sooner.”

The photo shows Paul and Cranston making their way through a riverbed while they carry their shoes and hats.

 

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Even sooner

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Even sooner

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Could the alleged Breaking Bad movie be announced soon? Or is this for something entirely different from the beloved series? Fans are desperately wanting some answers.


What do you think could be in store for these Breaking Bad stars? Sound off your theories in the comments below!

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Written by Whitney Shoemaker

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