'Breaking Bad' Reunion Rumours Sparked by Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul

The show's stars both are telling us "soon"
'Breaking Bad' Reunion Rumours Sparked by Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul
If you've been itching for a Breaking Bad reunion, you might just get your wish. Stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul are sparking some serious reunion rumours thanks to a pair of cryptic tweets.

The show's stars both took to Twitter on Tuesday (June 25) to post the same photo of a pair of donkeys — or perhaps drug mules — with the caption "Soon." Adding one more layer to this was then Breaking Bad/Better Call Saul showrunner Peter Gould, who reacted to the photos with his own post that read "Looking forward to this."
The social media teasing comes after various reports emerged that Breaking Bad/Better Call Saul boss man Vince Gilligan was secretly making a Breaking Bad film. At this point, though, Cranston, Paul and Gilligan have all remained painfully silent about the rumoured film, though reports in February said the movie could debut first on Netflix before airing on AMC.

At this point, though, the donkey tweets are the most we have to go on believe it or not, so stay tuned.