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Published On: Wed, Jul 31st, 2013

New ‘Breaking Bad’ season trailer teases the final episodes VIDEO

AMC has debuted a new teaser trailer for the final episodes of Breaking Bad.

breaking-bad-season 5 final episodes Bryan Cranston photoThe video clip features the voice of Bryan Cranston, as the lead star recites Percy Bysshe Shelley’s sonnet Ozymandias.

The sonnet is famously known for its message of fallen leaders and their empires, serving as a possible hint of what’s to come for Breaking Bad‘s Walter White.

No visual hints or spoilers, the clip features only views of an empty New Mexico desert with racing clouds above, and what appears to be the lone hat of White sitting in the sand.

The teaser comes just weeks after a video showcasing the journey of Walter White was revealed at San Diego’s annual Comic-Con event.

Creator Vince Gilligan says he believes they have stayed true to the character from the beginning.

“I knew that, for his ending, the franchise of the show, as I pitched it from the get-go, I used the glib line of, “We’re going to take Mr. Chips, and we’re going to turn him into Scarface.”  We abided by that for six years.  But having said that, that leaves an awful lot of wiggle room for changing up the plot.  I can’t even remember what my original ending was.  I couldn’t see that far ahead.  I couldn’t see the forest for the trees, and I really was not able to see the forest for the trees, for the longest time, over these last six years.”

The final episodes of Breaking Bad season 5 will begin on August 11, 2013.
 

 

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