• CritiX Staff

Netflix will release "El Camino" in theaters for only one week and here is the list of cities!

The highly-anticipted “Breaking Bad” movie is coming to select theaters across the United States. Netflix has announced a one-weekend only theatrical run for “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,” which will begin the same day the crime drama becomes available to stream on Netflix. The theatrical release of the movie will begin October 11 and end October 13. “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” centers around Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman in the wake of his dramatic escape from a neo-Nazi gang (as depicted in the “Breaking Bad” series finale). After breaking free from captivity, Jesse must come to terms with his past in order to forge some kind of future. Not much else is known about the “Breaking Bad” movie’s storyline, although series favorites Skinny Pete (Charles Baker) and Badger (Matt L. Jones) are confirmed to return.

“Breaking Bad” showrunner Vince Gilligan wrote and directed “El Camino,” which shot in secret in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Gilligan worked with “Better Call Saul” cinematographer Marshall Adams on the movie and the two decided to shoot the film on the ARRI Alexa 65 camera (via THR). The camera shoots in a a 2.39 wide-screen format and was used on films such as “The Revenant.” Gilligan had long-wanted to shoot the “Breaking Bad” series in a CinemaScope format with cinematographer Michael Slovis but AMC did not take the pitch. With “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie,” Gilligan finally gets his wish of shooting the movie like a major cinematic event.

The “El Camino” release includes theatrical engagements in the following cities listed below.

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased on the movie’s official website.

Albuquerque

Ann Arbor

Asheville

Atlanta

Athens

Austin

Bakersfield

Baltimore

Boston

Chapel Hill

Chicago

Cleveland

Columbus, OH

Concord, NH

Dallas

Denver

Des Moines

El Paso

Eugene

Fort Collins

Fresno

Houston

Ithaca

Indianapolis

Kansas City

Las Vegas

Lexington

Los Angeles

Lubbock

Miami

Milwaukee

Minneapolis

Missoula

Monterey

New Braunfels

New Orleans

New York

Norfolk

Omaha

Palm Desert

Phoenix

Portland

Portsmouth

Raleigh

Richmond

Salem

Salt Lake City

San Antonio

San Francisco

San Jose

Santa Barbara

Santa Fe

Santa Rosa

Sebastopol

Seattle

Spokane

Springfield, MO

St. Louis

Tucson

Tulsa

Washington, DC

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