Paul announced on his Twitter account that the screening will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 8. Tickets will be hidden around downtown the day of the showing, and more will be available via radio giveaways.
Paul is an Emmett native who frequently returns to the Gem State from his home in Los Angeles. He was a guest at the 2019 Sun Valley Film Festival with actress Meg Ryan.
Dear Idaho,— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) September 26, 2019
Wanted to let you know that you can’t purchase tickets for the screening of El Camino. Only way to get in is by winning them from local radio stations or finding them hidden around town the day of the screening.
Good luck bitches!
Screening is on Oct. 8th
Paul initially tweeted on Sept. 25, "Dear Idaho, Doing a special screening of El Camino before it opens at the Egyptian theater. Would love all of my fellow neighbors in Idaho to have the chance to watch this next chapter with me. Yeah Bitch!"
The movie appears to pick up where Breaking Bad left off, with Jesse Pinkman escaping the clutches of drug lords and making a break for it after the death of his compatriot, drug lord, meth cook and science teacher Walter White. So far, one official trailer has been released.
The film will premiere on Netflix on Friday, Oct. 11.