The latest TV spot for Netflix's anticipated Breaking Bad movie, El Camino, reveals yet another character that will be appearing in the film. After recently being teased with the return of Mike Ehrmantraut, the new clip confirms at least a cameo from Old Joe.

Old Joe is the Rocker Salvage junkyard owner played by Larry Hankin. In the past, Joe has been called on to help get Jesse Pinkman and Walter White out of more than one sticky situation. Here, we see Joe taking a call from who is presumed to be Pinkman, as Pinkman's face is all over the news. The YouTube description for the TV spot simply reads, "Old Joe takes the call for help." Press play above to check it out.

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie follows Aaron Paul's Jesse Pinkman as he has escaped from his captors in the Breaking Bad series finale and is now on the run from law enforcement. The film releases on Netflix October 11.

On this week’s episode of The Dropcast, we are joined by the Patta dons Edson Sabajo and Guillaume Schmidt, who are marking the Dutch brand’s 15th anniversary with historical milestones.

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