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‘Breaking Bad’ stars tease upcoming project, spark reunion rumors

Are those drug mules?

June 25, 2019
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It’s been six years since the final season of Breaking Bad aired, leaving a big empty void in our hearts. Now, stars of the hit series Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston are dropping cryptic photos on social media, sparking theories from fans of a possible Breaking Bad reunion.

Check out the teasers below!

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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.

Peter Gould, who also served as a writer and producer on Breaking Bad, retweeted the photos with the text, “Looking forward to this.”


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. Could these characters make an appearance in the series?

Of course, despite the supposed death of White, there are some fans holding out hope that the show is making its return.

Check out some fan reactions below!


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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