The stars of Netflix’s “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” discussed reuniting for the film at its Los Angeles premiere on Monday.

“It was a family reunion of sorts,” said Aaron Paul, who reprises his iconic role as Jesse Pinkman in the film. “It was revisiting an old, dear, close friend of mine, zipping on Jesse Pinkman again. It was odd, but it was very familiar.”

“El Camino,” which begins shortly after the events of “Breaking Bad’s” 2013 series finale, follows Paul’s Pinkman on the run from the police and confronting his past. Original “Breaking Bad” creator Vince Gilligan writes and directs.

“The fans for this show are like no other fans ever for any show in history. They’re dedicated, they follow what’s going on. It’s a tribute to the great writing of Vince Gilligan and team,” said Giancarlo Esposito, who plays the ruthless Gus Fring. “We’re just happy to be back together.”