Bryan Cranston on ‘Breaking Bad’ movie: ‘Never say never’

Actor behind Walter White teases fans over potential big screen adaptation of TV series

Bryan Cranston has hinted that he would be open to the idea of making a Breaking Bad film.

The hit TV series ended in 2013 with White’s character’s fate looking final. However, in an interview with CNN, Cranston says that you shouldn’t think you know what really happened to the chemistry teacher turned meth baron.

Host Ashleigh Banfield asked Cranston about what he thinks happened to Walter White in the final episode of the show. The actor replied “I don’t know,” and added: “You never saw a bag zip up or anything.”

Banfield then quizzed Cranston about a possible Breaking Bad movie, to which he said simply: “Never say never.”

Previously, Cranston and and co-star Aaron Paul have shown an interest in appearing in spin-off show Better Call Saul. Speaking of his plans and casting options for the show, creator Vince Gilligan said: “The sky’s the limit with a prequel. Everybody who’s now deceased in the Breaking Bad world is obviously still alive. You never know who might turn up and when and where.”

The final episode of Breaking Bad was broadcast in September last year. The show ran for five seasons and won a slew of awards, including Cranston taking home the Emmy Award for Best Actor on three consecutive occasions for his performance as Walter White.