08 November, 2018
In a statement, New Mexico State Film Office director Nick Maniatis said the city is "happy to welcome Greenbrier and Sony Studios to New Mexico". The plot involves "the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom" (does that sound like Jesse Pinkman to anyone?), and production is set to begin in (where else?) New Mexico next month.
It is also unclear whether the project will be a feature or a television movie, as Deadline claim that deals are being made by Sony, but there is still the possibility that it could be sold to a TV network or streaming platform.
Driver 'huffing' before fatal hit-and-run with Girl Scout troop, officials say
Two girls and a chaperone were killed on the roadside, according to the Lake Hallie Police Department, which is investigating. Three young Girl Scouts and a mother were killed Saturday while cleaning garbage out of a ditch in Lake Hallie, Wisconsin.
Red Dead Redemption 2 out today | PlayStation 4
Hotels are the main way locations where players can have Arthur Morgan become a clean member of the Red Dead Redemption 2 world. Don't worry, the upgrades will travel with you from camp to camp as you progress, so these are worth investing in early on.
Lottery boom in Arizona continues; another $1M ticket sold near Phoenix
The most popular prize in the state from this drawing is $2 - 340,628 tickets matched the Mega Ball for $2 prizes. The news of the winning ticket has left the entire nation bummed out after learning they were not the winners.
A Breaking Bad movie is in the works. I don't quite get why it's in the Breaking Bad universe unless we'll get a cameo at the end of Skyler White appearing to ask if the wife of the protagonist wants to join the Hated AMC Women Initiative. After rumors of the movie's existence dropped yesterday, we confirmed today that the film will focus on Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) following the conclusion of the series.
Dust off your fan theories, kids, because Breaking Bad is coming back as a movie.
Breaking Bad has already spawned the spin-off series Better Call Saul. Nerdist has reached out to AMC for confirmation of the project.
"Breaking Bad" is the story of Walter H. White, played by Bryan Cranston, a struggling high school chemistry teacher who is diagnosed with advanced lung cancer at the beginning of the series. There are certain limitations on continuing their stories from the show, as anyone who watched Breaking Bad no doubt realizes.