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New Trailer for Breaking Bad Follow-Up El Camino Puts Jesse Pinkman in the Hot Seat

New Trailer for Breaking Bad Follow-Up El Camino Puts Jesse Pinkman in the Hot Seat
Breaking Bad’s Jesse Pinkman is back — and he’s telling all. Or is he?

Netflix unveiled a new trailer for El Camino, the highly-anticipated feature-length follow-up to Breaking Bad, and while the film’s plot remains under wraps, it appears Aaron Paul’s Jesse is front and center.

In the clip, an emotionally distraught Jesse sits on a couch in front of a camera, and is encouraged to recount “everything you remember.”

“Any business dealings, any personal dealings, any criminal activity you were witness or party to,” he’s told by familiar character DEA agent Hank Schrader, played by Dean Norris.
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Josefina Molina to Receive Spain’s 2019 National Cinematography Prize

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The Spanish Film Institute (Icaa) has honored filmmaker, screenwriter and theater director Josefina Molina with this year’s National Cinematography Prize.

A pioneering female director who began her career in the largely male-dominated world of Spanish cinema in the 1960s, Molina has directed such works as 1973’s “Vera, un cuento cruel”, the 1978 TV series “El Camino” (“The Road”) and the 1989 feature “Esquilache.”

The award – given to a figure in any part of Spain’s film industry, not just cinematographers – marks the first time that the prize has been presented to a female director in its near 40-year history.

In selecting Molina as this year’s recipient, the Icaa jury said it was correcting a historical debt in honoring the filmmaker, who it described as a “model for several generations of present and future filmmakers.”

In 1969, Molina became the first woman to earn a degree in directing and producing from the
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Breaking Bad Movie: Vince Gilligan Has Earned Our Trust

Nick Harley Sep 3, 2019

While a Breaking Bad movie may have seemed like a bad idea, creator Vince Gilligan has the track record to make El Camino work.

Why mess with success? In an age where the most fiercely loved and talked about shows have fans petitioning in a petulant huff to have their final episodes remade to match lofty expectations, Breaking Bad, AMC’s neo-Western crime drama from creator Vince Gilligan, aired one of the few well-received series finales in the Peak TV era. Meek, sickly chemistry teacher turned criminal mastermind Walter White (Bryan Cranston) defeated his enemies, rescued his estranged, tortured partner Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), and died in something resembling peace. End of story. Felina.

Except what if there were more? As the great Alan Moore once wrote, nothing ever ends, and especially not in 2019. Intellectual property is the currency that fuels Hollywood, and the machine demands sequels,
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Will 2019’s Final Quarter Be Netflix’s Best Yet?

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As I type this as we’re about to enter the autumn movie season. The summer is drawing to a close and movie studios are chomping at the bit to get the aces up their sleeves out into the late 2019 festivals and eventually onto our screens. On the eve of the Venice Film Festival, the first of the prestigious fall festivals, Netflix has released the release dates for their final quarter slate, and it might be their most impressive yet.

Earlier on today, the streamer fired the first shot from its cannon, the teaser trailer for the Timothée Chalamet-led period piece, The King, an ensemble piece that Netflix has announced will hit their worldwide platform on 1st November. They will also roll the film out in front of audiences at September’s Tiff in Canada.

Also on the cards is Eddie Murphy comedy Dolemite Is My Name, which will
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Netflix announce ‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie for October release

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Netflix has announced the release date of October 11th for the new ‘Breaking Bad’ movie’ ‘El Camino’ which is sure to delight fans of the series.

The Netflix Television Event ‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’ reunites fans with Jesse Pinkman (Emmy-winner Aaron Paul). 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.

Written and directed by Vince Gilligan, the creator of Breaking Bad. The movie is produced by Mark Johnson, Melissa Bernstein, Charles Newirth, Diane Mercer and Aaron Paul, in association with Sony Pictures Television.

Also in news – Margot Robbie, Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman star in teaser trailer for ‘Bombshell

The Breaking Bad Movie premieres on Netflix October 11th

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Synopsis

In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse must come to terms with
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Netflix To Release ‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Centering On Jesse Pinkman ‘El Camino’ In October [Trailer]

Netflix revealed news over the weekend that is sure to make Breaking Bad fans happy. The streaming service released on Saturday the first trailer for the film El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, a sequel that will be available starting on October 11. The movie will reportedly begin almost immediately after the events of the award-winning AMC series’ finale, […]

The post Netflix To Release ‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Centering On Jesse Pinkman ‘El Camino’ In October [Trailer] appeared first on uInterview.
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Aaron Paul Says ‘Breaking Bad’ Sequel ‘El Camino’ Already Filmed Before News Leaked & Began Development Two Years Ago

If you opened social media over the last 72 hours, it’s likely that you were inundated with nothing but Disney news. Whether it’s “Star Wars,” Marvel, or that creepy af trailer for “Lady and the Tramp,” the Mouse House dominated the conversation this weekend. But that wasn’t all that happened. Netflix also blew people’s minds when they surprisingly released a trailer for the upcoming “Breaking Bad” sequel film, “El Camino.”

Why was the trailer for “El Camino” such a surprise?

Continue reading Aaron Paul Says ‘Breaking Bad’ Sequel ‘El Camino’ Already Filmed Before News Leaked & Began Development Two Years Ago at The Playlist.
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Aaron Paul on El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie: I Think People Will Be Really Happy

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Aaron Paul on El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie: I Think People Will Be Really Happy
Aaron Paul still can't say much about El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. However, being able to confirm it's actually happening is a giant step forward. Netflix surprise released the teaser trailer for the movie yesterday and the internet blew up with questions.

A lot of people didn't even know a Breaking Bad movie was happening and were caught off guard by the first El Camino teaser in the best possible way. Are we going to see any more returning characters besides Skinny Pete and Jesse Pinkman? "All I can say, I think people will be really happy with what they see," stated Paul.

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie is going to give fans some closure on Jesse Pinkman's story. The cast and crew of the hit AMC series became a family after spending so much time together and it was hard when it all came to a close.
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First Teaser for ‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’ Searches for Jesse Pinkman

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“Yeah B*tch!” A Breaking Bad movie is its way to Netflix, titled El Camino! The first teaser doesn’t show much, but prefaces that this film will be all about the last surviving member of the Blue Meth-creating duo, Jesse Pinkman. For 5 seasons, Vince Gilligan‘s story about the high school chemistry teacher turned Crystal Meth-cooking […]

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‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Title & Release Date Revealed

Netflix has revealed the title and release date for its much-anticipated Breaking Bad movie and the good news is that it will be arriving on our screens sooner than you may have expected. The full title of the film is El Camino and will debut on the streamer in September.

The word on the street is that the film will pick up with Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman shortly after the climax of the highly regarded, universally acclaimed original series.

Sadly, Paul as Pinkman doesn’t appear in the trailer, but we do meet up with the character of Skinny Pete who has been brought in for questioning.

You can catch the Breaking Bad movie, El Camino, teaser trailer below. The date for your diaries is 11th October.
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‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Starring Aaron Paul Is Coming to Netflix

‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Starring Aaron Paul Is Coming to Netflix
After years of rumors, Aaron Paul is set to play Jesse Pinkman once again. Netflix announced that it will be releasing El Camino, a new film that will pick up where Breaking Bad left off, on October 11th.

The film, which is subtitled A Breaking Bad Movie, will be written and directed by Vince Gilligan, the show’s creator and showrunner. According to the brief synopsis released, it will follow in the tradition of Breaking Bad seasons picking up exactly where the preceding season ended (Pinkman ended his journey on
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‘Breaking Bad’ Movie ‘El Camino’: Netflix Reveals First Look Teaser & Poster

Update: Just shortly after this piece was written, Netflix let the cat out of the bag and released the poster, teaser trailer, release date, and details. Clearly, the discovery of the show on Netflix, precipitated the release of all materials. The story is as follows.

We may still be recovering from (wrongly) assuming that the immortal “Breaking Bad” duo of Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul were teasing a project based on the uber-popular TV series over the summer, but Netflix may have just made it a whole lot easier to move on from that.

Continue reading ‘Breaking Bad’ Movie ‘El Camino’: Netflix Reveals First Look Teaser & Poster at The Playlist.
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‘Breaking Bad’ Movie: Watch the First Teaser for ‘El Camino’

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‘Breaking Bad’ Movie: Watch the First Teaser for ‘El Camino’
In case you hadn’t heard, Emmy-winning drama “Breaking Bad” is cooking up a movie sequel.

On Saturday, after details of Netflix’s project quietly leaked online, the streaming giant issued the first teaser for “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,” which will be released on October 11.

Starring Aaron Paul as Jesse Pinkman, the “Breaking Bad” film follows Jesse after his dramatic escape from captivity at a Nazi compound.

Vince Gilligan, the creator of “Breaking Bad,” wrote and directed “El Camino.”

No other cast members have been announced.

El Camino” is produced by Mark Johnson, Melissa Bernstein, Charles Newirth, Diane Mercer and Aaron Paul, in association with Sony Pictures Television.

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Black Keys back, all right! Reviews are in for ‘Let’s Rock,’ their first album in 5 years

Black Keys back, all right! Reviews are in for ‘Let’s Rock,’ their first album in 5 years
The Black Keys — the rock duo of singer-guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney — are back with their first new album since “True Blue” in 2014. “Let’s Rock” was released on June 28, and it’s their ninth studio album overall. So what do critics think of their comeback?

As of this writing “Let’s Rock” has a MetaCritic score of 73 based on 10 reviews counted so far — seven of them positive, three of them somewhat mixed. To put that in perspective, that’s on par with “Turn Blue’s” score five years ago, but it’s shy of their two most successful albums thus far: 82 for “Brothers” (2010) and 84 for “El Camino” (2011), both of which went double-platinum and won them Grammys. “El Camino” was even nominated for Album of the Year.

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Reviewers describe “Let’s Rock” as true to its title: a
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Breaking Bad Movie El Camino Release Date, Trailer and More

Joseph Baxter Alec Bojalad Sep 10, 2019

The Breaking Bad movie, El Camino, will star Aaron Paul and arrive on Netflix in October.

“Yeah, bitch!” is clearly the appropriate celebratory interjection of choice for the news about a Breaking Bad TV movie, since the exploits of everyone’s favorite ne’er-do-well-turned elite meth cook, Jesse Pinkman, is set, with Aaron Paul reprising the now-iconic small screen role in a TV movie!

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, is the official title of the film, which will catch up with Jesse Pinkman in his life following the events of Breaking Bad. Indeed, franchise mastermind Vince Gilligan took some time away from the mythology's current-but-2019-mia spinoff series, Better Call Saul, to write and executive-produce, joined by repertory collaborators Mark Johnson and Melissa Bernstein. Gilligan also directed the film, which was successfully shot in secret for Sony Pictures Television.

“It’s a chapter
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Projects by Portocabo, Ficción, Zenit Vie for St. James Way Award

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Portocabo TV, Ficción Producciones and Zenit TV figure among the five companies receiving Galician government moneys to develop audiovisual projects aimed at promoting the cultural values of St. James Way.

Ideas pitched by Agallas Films and Diez Caminos have also made the cut.

The five proposals, four TV series and a feature film, will share a total €75,000 to help finance their respective pre-production.

Set in the north-west of Spain, the region of Galicia channelling the support through the Galician Agency of Cultural Industries (Agadic), looking for a high-quality production with strong international distribution potential to celebrate Xacobeo 2021, a St. James’ Holy Year.

The companies have four months to develop their proposals. The awarded project will tap $1.64 million in the case of a TV series and $1.16 million if the prize goes to a feature film.

Alfonso Blanco’s Portocabo TV, producer of Movistar + original series “Hierro,” has presented “El Camino,” a
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Nycc: Cartoon Network and Adult Swim announce panels and signing details

The New York Comic Con will soon be upon us. Here is our first bit of information we have recieved about the panels and signings from the Cartoon Network and Adult Swim. That means that shows like Robot Chicken, The Venture Bros., Eagleheart and much more.

Here is a description of the con from www.newyorkcomiccon.com:

New York Comic Con is the East Coast's biggest and most exciting popular culture convention. Our show floor plays host to the latest and greatest in comics, graphic novels, anime, manga, video games, toys, movies, and television. Our panels and autograph sessions give fans a chance to interact with their favorite creators. Our screening rooms feature sneak peeks at films and television shows months before they hit either big or small screens. And with dedicated professional hours, New York Comic Con is a market place, bringing together the major players in the entertainment industry.
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Spotlight: Revelations about Ádám Balázs

I wish I had the chance to interview more compatriot composers here, but fact is there are very few Hungarian film composers I could talk to. Adam Balazs is one of them - although he lives in Los Angeles, he recently completed his first score to a Hungarian movie: Szíven szúrt ország is a documentary about the murder of a handball player whose tragic death brought forward many unresolved issues within the country. In addition to this new documentary, Ádám's new movie The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations will have a soundtrack CD released pretty soon, which is a first for the composer (although several of his scores are available through download options). We discussed these and a number of other projects in the following interview:

How did your interest in music begin?

I grew up in a fully musical environment — my father is a distinguished classical composer and before her retirement,
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More Tiff! More titles!

More for Vanguard, Real to Reel, Special Presentations, Galas, Short cuts, and Contemporary World Cinema which includes the World premier of Reginald Harkema's latest, Leslie, My Name is Evil. That link has the 2nd promo trailer (we used to have two) but we were asked by Reggie to remove the first. We also have Sook-Yin Lee's Year of the Carnivore which I've been keeping an eye on for some time. Also playing is The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus.

Check out the full list of added films after the break!

Canada First!

Year of the Carnivore Sook-Yin Lee, BC

World Premiere

Year of the Carnivore is a romantic-comedy-drama about a girl with an unrequited crush on a boy who thinks she's bad in bed, so she goes out to get more 'experience.'

All Fall Down Philip Hoffman, On

North American Premiere

Local legend Philip Hoffman's formally adventurous
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DVD Playhouse--July 2009

DVD Playhouse—July 2009

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Allen Gardner

Do The Right Thing: 20th Anniversary Edition (Universal) Spike Lee’s groundbreaking fable about race relations in an ethnically mixed Brooklyn neighborhood during a sweltering New York summer remains as potent, timely and prescient as it was in 1989. Lee is among the cast, which also includes John Turturro, Danny Aiello, Samuel L. Jackson, Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, and Rosie Perez (to name a few), that provide the tableaux-like framework for this stunning work. Criminally ignored by Oscar (it wasn't even nominated for Best Picture, but did garner nods for Supporting Actor Danny Aiello and Lee’s screenplay), it endures as a timeless classic. Also available on Blu-ray disc. Bonuses: Commentary by Lee, Ernest Dickerson, Wynn Thomas, Joie Lee; Documentary; Deleted and extended scenes; Featurettes. Widescreen. Dolby and DTS 5.1 surround.

Coraline (Universal) A young girl moves into an old Victorian house with her parents
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