It’s the moment “Breaking Bad” fans have been waiting to happen for six years - the reunion of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman.
While that didn’t technically happen, the actors who play the beloved characters, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, did meet up to celebrate the premiere of the Netflix film “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie.”
Cranston shared a snap posing alongside Paul and series creator Vince Gilligan on the red carpet at the film’s premiere.
“First time I’ve seen it - but it won’t be the last,” the 63-year-old captioned the photo. “Aaron is SO damn good in it! And Vince Gilligan is just a genius. Breaking Bad fans will love this story of ‘what happened to Jesse?’”
The AMC series concluded in 2013 with White dying just before saving Pinkman from the Neo-Nazi gang holding him captive.
The new film will let fans finally know how Pinkman has fared since last being seen crashing through the gates of the white supremacists’ compound in a Chevrolet El Camino.
While exact details of the film’s plot have been kept tightly under wraps, a trailer for “El Camino” revealed it takes place moments after the carnage that left nine people dead just prior to Pinkman’s escape.
It’s unclear if Cranston will make an appearance in the movie, although some speculate he could be one of the “10 familiar characters” Gilligan previously said would be returning to reprise their roles.
Premiering in 2008, “Breaking Bad” ran for five seasons and earned 16 Emmy awards before signing off in 2013.
“El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” streams on Netflix beginning on October 11 and will also have a limited run in theaters across 68 cities.