Vince Gilligan, the creator of 'Breaking Bad' and its showrunner, had a knack for keeping details tightly under wraps through the show's history - so it'd make sense that this extends to the movie sequel as well.
According to World of Reel, the movie (code-named Greenbrier) would feature Breaking Bad veterans Cranston (Walter White), Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman), Krysten Ritter (Jane Margolis), Jonathan Banks (Mike Ehrmantraut), Jesse Plemons (Todd Alquist), Charles Baker (Skinny Pete), Matt Jones (Badger), Robert Forster (Ed, aka The Disappearer), Tess Harper (Mrs. Pinkman) and Kevin Rankin (Kenny). Reddit was the first to discover Netflix's "accidental" leak of the Breaking Bad movie title and story synopsis. Whether or not Odenkirk or other regulars from the series will return alongside Paul has yet to be revealed. Bryan's Breaking Bad character is be dead in the series but when asked if his character might "pop up" again, he's told Entertainment Tonight in June, "Well, rigor mortis has a way of allowing that to happen".
So here's what we know. (Spoilers ahead if you haven't watched the original series).
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Bob Odenkirk mentioned that, as far as he knows, the film has been shot. As BB fans will recall, Jesse's journey ended after he broke free from Jack's compound in the September 2013 series finale.
The photos were potentially alluding to the fact they were in Breaking Bad's New Mexico setting. "And now that I have it, I'm so happy that it's here". Per the report, the movie's logline states that "In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse must come to terms with his past in order to forge some kind of future".
Breaking Bad has been over for six years, long enough for it to have cemented its place as one of the finest television shows of all time.