Walter White’s bloody handprint from Breaking Bad can briefly be seen in El Camino, the sequel movie released by Netflix last October. Walt’s demise occurred in the Breaking Bad series finale, which aired in September 2013; at that time, his fate was left ambiguous. One clear sign regarding the severity of his injuries was his immense loss of blood, revealed by the bloody handprint he left on the lab equipment. That trace of the former kingpin made its way into El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie.
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