WARNING – SPOILER ALERT
Fans of the hit AMC TV series, Breaking Bad, received some good news recently as Bryan Cranston hinted that this may not be the end for Walter White.
Cranston, 58, who played meth-cook Walter White revealed in an interview for CNN that there’s a possibility that the drug lord could make a return, saying “Never say never.”
Despite the series finale suggesting that Walter died in a shoot-out, Cranston was speculative when questioned over a return, he said “you never saw bags zip up or anything” , leaving fans of the legendary TV series desperate for more details. When asked about the possibility of a Breaking Bad movie, the star seemed open to the idea that anything could happen.
It was also confirmed last night that Cranston will “definitely” be featured in the upcoming spin-off series Better Call Saul, which is set to be aired on AMC from November of this year.