In a new interview, "Godzilla" and "Malcolm in the Middle" star Bryan Cranston hinted that his character Walter White from the cancelled AMC network's hit series "Breaking Bad" might still be alive.
"Hey, you never saw bags zip up or anything. Or say ... you know," said Cranston to CNN's Ashleigh Banfield on May 29.
In addition, the 58-year-old Californian native also further added fuel to the "Breaking Bad" rumors that the series might return for a sixth season after he uttered the following words:
"Never say never," said Cranston when asked if he would ever play as Walter White again.
After Cranston's comments, now fans are speculating that maybe a "Breaking Bad" movie might secretly be in the works that will reveal what really happened to his character after he seemed to die in the series finale episode tiled "Felina."
Because of the success of the former popular crime drama, Cranston won multiple accolades including the Emmy and the Golden Globe Awards for his portrayal of White, a high school chemistry teacher who becomes a drug dealer after discovering that he is dying from incurable lung cancer.
"Breaking Bad" debuted on the AMC network in January 2008 and had a very successful five year run until the series ended in September 2013.
Since the airing of the last episode last year, some fans have literally made a funeral ceremony in honor of their fallen protagonist character in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where the setting of the series took place.
There has been no confirmation if or when the "Breaking Bad" series will be revived in any shape or form. However, fans can watch the new prequel series "Better Call Saul," which shows how lawyer Saul Goodman's (played by Bob Odenkirk) life was before he met his client Walter White in the "Breaking Bad" series.
"Better Call Saul" airs this November on the AMC network.