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BAD came together to celebrate the exclusive premiere of the never before seen by the public documentary, at The Grove in LA. Followed by an advance sale and signing of the Final Season and Ultimate Collectors Edition Blu-ray set at Barnes & Noble.
C in September, but the last eight episodes arrived this week on DVD ($55.99) and Blu-ray/digital ($65.99). The package is being called The Final Season , which might puzzle everyone who considers these final eight shows to be the second half of the
Breaking Bad's' Vince Gilligan on Jesse Pinkman's fate and rooting for Walter White November 26, 2013 10:23 AM ET Vince Gilligan , creator of "Breaking Bad," sat down with GQ for its annual Men of the Year issue and revealed all sorts of goodies
Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan signed an eight-figure, multi-year deal at Sony Pictures Television, the same studio that produced the highly acclaimed AMC drama. Gilligan told the Hollywood Reporter that his relationship with programming
Better Call Saul," the spinoff of "Breaking Bad" starring Bob Odenkirk , may not be a straight prequel as previously announced. Odenkirk told IGN the plans for the new series could feature what Saul Goodman is up to now following the "Breaking Bad"
Gilligan will make his acting debut by playing a smooth-talking gold digger who winds up exacerbating a fight between Annie (Alison Brie) and Abed (Danny Pudi). The episode, which is being filmed this week, will likely air in late winter or early
There's a lesson for marketing professionals in that: Don't be afraid to put yourself into the creative process. As a newbie to Breaking Bad I'm still on season one, so don't tell me what happensI didn't know what to expect when, on October 23,
Jesse Pinkman, real name Aaron Paul, posted these fantastic pictures of his partner' Walter White (actor Bryan Cranston) larking around on the set of Breaking Bad ...Producer Moira Walley-Beckett tweeted the pictures earlier this week, explaining:
Competition victors were awarded alongside honorees Vince Gilligan, Jonathan Demme, Callie Khouri, Barry Josephson and Susan Sarandon. The Austin Film Festival on Monday announced its 2013 Screenplay and Teleplay Competition winners, as well as the
Probably many times. (If you haven't, spoilers ahead .) But what you haven't yet feasted your eyes on are the last two pages of the script, written by series creator Vince Gilligan. At an Austin Film Festival event that honored Gilligan, the