The plot - a kidnapped man on a quest for freedom - sounds an very bad lot like Jesse (Aaron Paul) in the final season, when he was kidnapped by Neo Nazis.
Breaking Bad, the crime drama about a high school chemistry teacher (Bryan Cranston) who begins selling meth to secure money for his family after he's diagnosed with terminal cancer, originally ran for five seasons on United States network AMC.
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. It adds that production is starting in New Mexico this month and that the movie is shooting under the project name Greenbrier.
Actor Bryan Cranston, who played science-teacher-turned-meth-cook Walter White, has confirmed the movie is happening, though what shape it will take remains unclear.
Hit US television series Breaking Bad may have achieved that rare feat - a flawless ending - but it doesn't mean that creator Vince Gilligan isn't planning to write an extra chapter in the drugs drama.
The series explored how a fatal diagnosis such as White's releases a typical man from the daily concerns and constraints of normal society, and follows his transformation from mild-mannered family man to a kingpin of the drug trade. Don't get too excited yet, as the news comes from unnamed sources speaking to The Hollywood Reporter.
We do know that Gilligan will pen the script and executive-produce the film, and possibly direct it as well.
Will Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston return for the project?
In a little under 48 hours, we've learned a lot about the surprise Breaking Bad movie.
We might be in for some more Breaking Bad. At least a couple of the characters who were not completed, as far as their journey.
Cranston said he would "absolutely" be in the movie "if Vince Gilligan asked me".
Someone better call Saul, because we need to know the fine print of this exciting news. There are certain limitations on continuing their stories from the show, as anyone who watched Breaking Bad no doubt realizes.
The original series ran for five seasons and quickly became a TV phenomenon, spawning the successful prequel series, Better Call Saul, both of which have aired on AMC.