BREAKING Bad movie El Camino has posted a deleted scene between Jesse and Jane as they make their escape from authorities.
The hit series' spin-off movie starring Aaron Paul as Jesse Pinkman was released on Netflix in October last year.
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Ahead of its home entertainment release, some deleted scenes have been released including one with Jesse's late girlfriend Jane (Krysten Ritter).
Discussing the scene with Entertainment Weekly, which sees Jesse escaping the authorities and heading for a new life in Alaska, Aaron said: "I thought it was such a beautiful way to end this film.
"He looks at the seat next to him and it's empty, and then out of nowhere Jane appears, and they're just in love, and they're in a much less complicated time in their lives.
"And she ends up giving Jesse the best piece of advice that he could receive: Just take control of your own destiny and run with it. And that's exactly what he did at the ending of this movie.
"I just thought it was such a beautiful way to move this story forward."
However, the scene had originally been longer and saw Jesse and Jane break down at the side of the road, with Jesse calling road side services for help before the pair discussed a visit to a Georgia O'Keefe museum.
Jesse admits museums aren't his thing but as he moves closer to her on the bonnet of the car, he appears to propose as he tells her that he's "down" for a lifetime of "going wherever the universe may take you" with her.
Jane asked: "You're not about to propose marriage, are you?" before Jesse quickly got up and laughed it off.
Aaron said: "It cuts to him just walking over and sitting down next to Jane, and he's telling her what he feels about her.
"Then it cuts into what was left [in the film]."
El Camino and Breaking Bad are both available on Netflix.
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