Another tantalising teaser trailer for 'Breaking Bad' spin-off movie 'El Camino' lands

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Vince Gilligan really REALLY doesn't want to give anything away about the new Breaking Bad spin-off movie El Camino.

The show's creator is poised to give us another chapter in the Breaking Bad story, but a new trailer keeps us – literally – in the dark.

As the camera moves in on a car parked out in the desert of New Mexico, we hear news reports of the carnage wreaked in the final episode of the AMC show, Felina, from back in 2013.

El Camino (Credit: Netflix)

It found Aaron Paul's Jesse Pinkman released from neo-Nazi bondage, in which he was being held and forced to cook meth, by Bryan Cranston's Walter White, using a MacGyver-esque remote control machine gun.

We now see a perturbed and wounded Jesse, sitting in his Chrysler El Camino, listening as the details of the bloodbath hit local news.

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And yet, we still know next to nothing about what the feature-length sequel episode will be about.

The Netflix Television Event will launch globally on Friday, October 11

Per the official Netflix synopsis, the film 'reunites fans with Jesse Pinkman (Emmy-winner Aaron Paul). In the wake of his dramatic escape from captivity, Jesse must come to terms with his past in order to forge some kind of future'.

So far, so vague.

Who this will involve, we don't know (though peripheral characters Skinny Pete and Badger appear to be confirmed).

Vince Gilligan has confirmed that 10 characters in all from the original series will turn up in the show, but who these are remains a mystery – though Bryan Cranston has teased that he could be involved, likely in flashback.

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The movie will have a limited theatrical release in the US from 11-13 October, while you'll be able to stream it from Netflix from 11 October.