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'Breaking Bad' Stars Reunite During Premiere of Netflix's 'El Camino'

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By Gary Trock

Though most of the characters on "Breaking Bad" met a grisly demise by the end of the series, it didn't stop them from gathering together to celebrate and party as the newest addition to the franchise is set to premiere.

Netflix's premiere of "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" went down Monday night at Regency Village in Westwood.

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Aaron Paul was the man of the evening, as "El Camino" picks up the story for Jesse Pinkman immediately following the events of the "Breaking Bad" finalé.

As soon as Paul hit the red carpet he took photos with the screaming fans waiting for his arrival.

Bryan Cranston showed up to support his former co-star and current partner in Dos Hombres mezcal.

Fans are hoping Walter White will make an appearance in "El Camino," although it would more than likely only be possible in flashbacks ... because he's supposed to be dead.

Dean Norris also came to celebrate and brought along his signature beer, Schraderbräu.

Giancarlo Esposito's character of Gustavo Fring also met a not-so-tragic death back in the "Breaking Bad" days, but after getting new life on the "Better Call Saul" prequel, it's possible we'll see a cameo from Gus or his beloved Los Pollos Hermanos.

Jonathan Banks' character of Mike Ehrmantraut is another star who found a second life on the "Breaking Bad" prequel, but it's unclear if he'll reprise his role in any "El Camino" flashbacks.

Krysten Ritter made one of her first public appearances since giving birth to her first child only 2 months ago.

Ritter famously portrayed Jesse Pinkman's girlfriend, Jane, in the AMC series ... and she too made an unfortunate exit when her character was killed.

"El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" arrives on Netflix October 11.

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