Fans of the AMC series' excitement is in overdrive after actor and his former co-star Aaron Paul mysteriously tweeted out the same picture with the caption "soon".
Many are assuming this means Cranston will return in some capacity for the follow-up film from creator Vince Gilligan. It'll focus on the life of Paul's character Jesse Pinkman following the series finale, which aired in 2013.
The picture they tweeted are of a pair of mules. After his days of cooking meth, could Jesse find himself drawn into the world of drug smuggling?
You can see the tweet below.
The actor himself teased a possible appearance, recently saying he could return in a flashback.
Cranston previously commented on what he hopes will happen to Pinkman in the film.
He said: “I would like to see – and again I have no idea if this is what [Vince is] thinking about – I would like to see [Jesse] struggle to break that mould and eventually break out and find his own real true calling,”
A new TV show in Egypt is facing criticism for seeming to plagiarise direct scenes and quotes from the hit AMC series.
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