According to Slash Film, that man is Jesse Pinkman. As fans will know, both Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul are set and filmed in New Mexico. We suppose we'll know more if the likes of Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul or Anna Gunn are spotted on set.
The gritty drama pulled no punches, killing off key players and charting the moral tailspin of Cranston's character, Walter White.
Perhaps the upcoming movie will give you closure.
The New Mexico Film Office informed the Albuquerque Journal that a film called Greenbrier was to begin shooting in New Mexico from mid-November through to early February.
Though the "Why Him?' star isn't involved as of yet, Gilligan did make him aware of the film, which has the tentative title, Greenbrier", and will follow "the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom". "There's a question of whether or not we would even see Walter White in this movie", Cranston said. The answer was a resounding "yes", as Saul has become one of the best shows on TV right now (and is even better than Breaking Bad, in my humble opinion).
It's not clear if the movie is intended for television or theatrical release, though Lincoln's spin-off trilogy is notably bound for AMC.
Gilligan will write, executive produce and possibly direct the project.
Additionally, via TheWrap, Bryan Cranston confirmed that the Breaking Bad film is in production on The Dan Patrick Show. Gilligan's project will help the television network keep its reputation as one of the most respected showrunners in the industry. It would join prequel series Better Call Saul.
Discover your new favorite show: Watch This Now! The series, which ran from 2008 until 2013, told the story of White, a high school science teacher who responds to a terminal cancer diagnosis by turning into a powerful drug lord.
Breaking Bad is available to stream on Netflix.