'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' trivia and fun facts
El Camino The film's name comes from the car model in which Jesse Pinkman appears in the series 'Breaking Bad', a 1978 Chevrolet El Camino.
In secret The film's shooting was in secret, or at least as much as posible. Because of this, Matt Jones, who plays Badger, said he didn't even know what happened in the film, because he was only aloud to read his own scenes. Even more, during the shooting the actors would use fake names to stay in hotels and dress up in costume to get out of the hotel to go filming.
Sitges Aaron Paul, who plays the main character Jesse Pinkman, will present the film at the Sitges Film Festival.
The end Aaron Paul has said in an interview that there are no plans to make a sequel of 'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie', so this would be the end of the character's story.
Los Pollos Hermanos During the beginning of the film a shot of Twisters restaurant in New Mexico is featured. This restaurant was used as Los Pollos Hermanos during past seasons.
Holly Rice In the movie there is a shot where the camera goes through the intersection of roads Holly and Arroz. This is a reference from director and writer Vince Gillean to her girlfriend, Holly Rice (rice means arroz in Spanish). The references to his girlfriend are always on his work, and even Walter White's daughter in 'Breaking Bad' is named Holly.