When El Camino dropped on Netflix last fall, it provided a lot of things: Additional closure for Jesse's character, an acting showcase for Aaron Paul and Jesse Plemons, and a chance to say goodbye to Robert Forster, who died the day the film premiered. Now that it's had a limited theatrical release and a premiere on AMC (where Breaking Bad ran for six seasons), it's finally getting a physical edition.
The Blu-ray release is loaded with special features including a behind-the-scenes documentary, deleted and extended scenes, multiple commentary tracks, and a gag reel. That last one seems like a surprising inclusion, but I'm sure the cast and crew needed some laughs while filming a movie that's intense from the jump. The picture and sound are sure to be of the high quality we've come to expect from the greater Albuquerque crime universe (which includes Better Call Saul), and that Steelbook sure looks nifty.
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie arrives on home video on Tuesday, October 13.