Bryan Cranston Confirms: ‘Breaking Bad' Movie Follows Jesse Pinkman Immediately After Series Finale

Yesterday we were one of the first sites to report that Vince Gilligan was going to shoot a “Breaking Bad” movie in New Mexico. However, there wasn't much to report beyond that, no polt details were mentioned. However, Bryan Cranston's Walter White died in the series finale and I had mentioned that, if a film were to be made, chances are it could revolve around Aaron Paul's Jesse Pinkman. 
Slash Film has just confirmed my suspicions; Yes,  the upcoming “Breaking Bad” project, titled “Greenbrier,” will be about Jesse Pinkman.  Slash Film says that the new film will pick up immediately after Pinkman escapes in the series finale. Yesterday's report had mentioned that “Greenbrier” followed a kidnapped man and “his quest for freedom." That kidnapped man seems to be Pinkman.
This has been confirmed by Bryan Cranston, could you ask for a better source, as the actor was interviewed on the “Dan Patrick Show”: 
“Yes, there appears to be a movie version of ‘Breaking Bad’ but I honestly haven’t even read the script." He went on to add, “I have not gotten the script. I have not read the script. There’s a question of whether or not we’ll even see Walter White in this movie.” Cranston did confirm he's spoken to Gilligan about the project, but doesn’t know if he’s involved. 
“If Vince Gilligan asked me to do it, then sure, absolutely,” Cranston admits. “This idea, from what I’m told, gets into those, at least a couple of the characters that were not completed as far as their journey.”