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Neither is the show's assistant editor, Sharidan Williams-Sotelo. And to express her love of the dearly departed series, she has shot a short video featuring an ice skating tribute to the AMC series titled "Breaking Ice." The video, which runs just
TV but he might soon live to see another day on a New York City stage! A Breaking Bad opera is in the works for next year, being arranged by One World Symphony , a NY-based company known for their "out of the box" performances!...True BB fans will
Although specifics are yet to be released, Hong wrote a blog explaining that the mini-opera hopes to explore the question that the drama obsessively and hauntingly asked: are we all breaking bad?' Breaking Bad Ozymandias will run through One World
A New York-based symphony House announced plans Monday to develop an opera based on an episode of Breaking Bad. One World Symphony said the opera would hinge on Ozymandias, the third-to-last episode of the hit show. Artistic director Sung Jin Hong
Christopher Hughes Have you noticed that Jesse Pinkman resorts to darker tones when he's recovering from his periodic bouts of drug abuse? Or that baby Holly was wearing the same hue of pink in "Ozymandias" as the totemic drowned teddy bear in season
If you haven't watched the latest episode of Breaking Bad , then stop reading this, watch it, read our recap , and then return to this post...Okay, let's dive in! Like most episodes of the AMC drama, Ozymandias is brimming with Easter Eggs and clever
The newest 'Breaking Bad' episode finds many main characters in trouble 'Ozymandias,' the newest 'Breaking Bad' episode, has much of the violence happening offscreen, but it's no less affecting. 'Ozymandias' is one of the last episodes of the '
But most of all, it's had millions of already enraptured viewers open-mouthed with their heads in their hand. Last night's episode of Breaking Bad , the never-more-aptly titled 'Ozymandias', is already being talked about as one of the best episodes
If you've seen "Brick," "Brothers Bloom," "Looper," or follow him on Twitter, you know that Rian Johnson is not only a good dude; he can direct the crap out of a movie. He also happens to be very, very good at directing episodes of "Breaking Bad."
Last night wasn't the first time Breaking Bad has used a ten-cent word for an episode title (see: last week's mouthful, To'hajiilee) but, for those who didn't pay attention during English Poetry 101, it may have been the most confusing...Ozymandias' )