Steven Soderbergh has suggested that the last two episodes of Breaking Bad should be made into a movie.
The Hollywood director - who is a big fan of the drama starring Bryan Cranston - said that the film would be the perfect way to fill cinema seats.
"I thought it would be really cool to have the final two episodes of the show as a movie that aired the Friday after the penultimate episode," he told Empire.
"You'd sell that during the season - 'See the season finale in theatres!' - and just run it for a week, but I feel like you'd clean up. It's never been done before."
He also said that the film should be released as a download after offering fans "a communal viewing experience that week" at the cinema.
The first of eight final Breaking Bad episodes will premiere Stateside in August on AMC.