The first short teaser showed Skinny Pete (Charles Baker) as he was being interrogated by police about the location of his good friend and police most wanted Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), who escaped with his life after being kidnapped by an Aryan Brotherhood gang.
This time around viewers get their first glimpse of Jesse, who's seen sitting in an El Camino that's parked in the vast and desolated desert of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
When we last saw Pinkman (Aaron Paul) in the Breaking Bad series finale, he was speeding off in a hysterical frenzy in that El Camino after Walter White (Bryan Cranstan), saved him from his captors who had enslaved him to produce mass amounts of methamphetamine.
After White rigged a remote-control machine that wiped out the captors, the two partners in crime stared at each other in a tense standoff the resulted in Pinkman refusing White's request for him to kill him.
The eventually parted ways with one last nod of respect to one another.
Clocking in at about one minute, the new trailer's opening shot pushes in on the El Camino parked in the desert in the harsh dark of the night.
Within seconds someone in the driver's seat lights up a cigarette, as subtle but tense music plays in the background.
As the camera begins to swirl to the front of the classic car, a breaking news report blares out from the radio about 'a horrific scene with multiple victims.'
Viewers then get their first look at Pinkman, with his arm leaning out the window and a glimpse at the side his head as the reporter gives more details of the bloody shooting.
'It started when neighbors reported hearing hundreds of gunshots fired. When Albuquerque Police arrived they discovered the bodies of nine male victims, many shot multiple times.'
The male reporter adds, 'Veteran police officers are calling the level of carnage, quote, staggering,' just as the teaser shows Pinkman's eyes in the rear-view mirror.
As the music builds towards a crescendo, the scared young drug dealer looks straight into the camera shot before the news report concludes.
'Investigators are searching for a person of interest who fled the scene. Anyone who has information on this massacre is asked to call police immediately.'
Breaking Bad, the series, ran from 2008 to 2013 and garnered widespread acclaim from both fans and critics around the world.
It followed White, a terminally ill high school chemistry teacher as he created a meth empire with Pinkman, his former inept student.
Series creator, writer and executive producer Vince Gilligan returned to write and direct this two-hour film.
He also co-created the prequel series Better Call Saul, which has run for four seasons from 2015 to the present day. It has been renewed for a fifth season and is slated to premiere in 2020.
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie premieres on Netflix October 11.
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