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‘El Camino’ Trailer Reveals Rich Vein of Suspense After ‘Breaking Bad’

In just a few weeks, Netflix will release the next intriguing chapter of the long-running TV crime series duo, 'Breaking Bad' and 'Better Call Saul'

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The new “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” trailer just dropped on Tuesday — and the film looks like an absolute powerhouse of suspense.

Jesse Pinkman, the character played by “Breaking Bad” star Aaron Paul (shown above) is back — but he’s looking a little worse for the wear this time around.

Scars and dirt mar the once-soft and almost redeemable physical appearance of the Jesse Pinkman character of earlier episodes.

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The “friendly neighborhood drug dealer” now appears to be a hardened criminal with a history to prove it.

Focusing on the immediate aftermath of the season finale of the long-running television crime drama, the new Netflix original seems to show the unintended consequences of the life led by Pinkman and his friends.

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Tuesday’s release is the most in-depth look at the project yet — and the plot’s tension only deepens.

The final scene of the trailer gives audiences a strong taste of what’s to come.

As Pinkman and some unknown, off-camera character prepare to battle it out, viewers hear the ominous words, “You ready?”

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“El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,” directed by Vince Gilligan, is for mature audiences. It releases on Netflix and in select theaters on October 11.

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