"Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston says the possibility of the AMC series spawning a movie is "not far-fetched."
"I wouldn't mind visiting that possibility," he told the Los Angeles Times . "And this is coming from a guy who doesn't know anything of how the show's going to end. If it doesn't end up in a total apocalypse, who knows? Maybe we could revisit Walter White a year down the road and see where his life has gone. If he's still alive, that is."
The series returns for the first half of its fifth and final season on July 15. It will be broken into two eight-part installments.
Cranston, winner of three Emmys for his portrayal of chemistry teacher-turned-drug kingpin Walter White, won a Best Actor in a Drama Series award on Monday at the Broadcast Television Journalists Association's 2nd Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards. Giancarlo Esposito, who portrayed meth mastermind Gus Fring on the show, won Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.