We’ve already broken down every single scene in the El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie trailer, but what about the many fan theories that trailer and all the hints that have been dropped on social media and in interviews have spawned?
Ever since Stranger Things, Game of Thrones and Avengers: Endgame finished up their runs, fans have been starving for something to sink their teeth into when it comes to dissecting and making predictions for a movie or TV show. No more!
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Check out some of the best fan theories we’ve seen so far with regard to El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie and then see if any of them come true when it finally airs on Netflix on October 11th.
Could also be a place where Walter returns in a flashback.
Also a definite possibility.
If you think I went straight to the last scene in Breaking Bad to try and work out if the "nine bodies" included Walt, you are correct. https://t.co/xvn2DBLH8P
— Rob Scott (@RobSc0tt) September 23, 2019
...in fact, I think that audio at the end of the EL CAMINO trailer is from Walter White saying "you ready" in Season 5, Episode 7, "Say My Name." pic.twitter.com/3V7WGZvNsx
— Alex Zalben (@azalben) September 24, 2019
That would be cool. Then again…
Oh my. That would be a twist.
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Other fan theories that have been put forth regarding El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie include…
“I think Jesse might have severe PTSD and will have gone partially insane cuz of all the pain Walt’s caused him and have like visions and stuff of him. At the end of the movie I think he might see no other way than suicide.” ~ Reddit
Gus Fring is affiliated with the CIA…
Don Eladio says he didn’t kill Fring because “I know you who are.” So what does that tell us? It tells us that Fring is someone that the head of a drug cartel refuses to kill. Well, there aren’t many people who are off limits to a cartel kingpin. They kill their rivals, they kill politicians, there has to be a really good reason that Eladio didn’t see fit to kill Fring, and it wasn’t because he thought Fring could make him money, because if that was what he wanted, he would have taken Fring’s offer. ~ Reddit
What if everything we saw in the series finale was only happening in Walter White’s head?
“…what we were watching [in the series finale] must be a dying fantasy on the part of Walter White, not something that was actually happening—at least not in the “real world” of the previous seasons.” ~ New Yorker
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Here’s one one from the man himself, Jesse Pinkman, from a Reddit AMA three years ago.
“I’d like to think Jesse got away. I like to think he kept driving. But we all know he has no money, he gave it all away, and we also know his fingerprints are all over everything where Walt was found dead. They’re gonna be searching high and low for Jesse, so I don’t know. I like to think he was building something in Alaska…but he could be locked away in a prison somewhere. But we don’t like to think about that version of the show.”
Here’s a 14-minute video dedicated to this all-important topic.
Also, are The Walking Dead and Breaking Bad in the same universe? Because it kind of seems that way.
“What if Breaking Bad is a prequel to Malcolm in the Middle, and Hal is actually Walter White’s new name under witness protection?” ~ Screen Rant
Okay, I think we’re done here.