Bryan Cranston hints that Breaking Bad may not be over


Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul

Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston has teased fans by suggesting that character Walter White may not be dead.

In an interview with CNN, when the actor was asked whether we had seen the last of White, he replied: "Hey, you never saw bags zip up or anything."

Presenter Ashley Banfield asked, "Is he dead?", to which Cranston replied, "I don't know."

In response to whether the character would appear anywhere else again, he added: "Never say never."

Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston at Emmy Awards

Cranston's co-star Aaron Paul revealed a few weeks ago that he'd found it difficult to come to terms with no longer playing his character Jesse Pinkman.

"It took a minute," he said. "It was hard for me to say goodbye to Jesse. I love him."

As previously confirmed, Paul said a forthcoming Breaking Bad spin-off - called Better Call Saul - would star Bob Odenkirk as lawyer Saul Goodman, who featured in the original show.

"It would be nice to play Jesse Pinkman again in his happier times," he said.

Better Call Saul will be aired on Netflix in November 2014.

Breaking Bad launched in 2008 and went on to win several awards, including 10 Emmys.

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