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I have made a series of very bad decisions and I cannot make another one was a line once spoken by Breaking Bad s Walter White, but it couldn't be less true of the actor who said it. The one and only Bryan Cranston on an impeccable roll for the last
The trip includes touring the quirky city of Albuquerque and venturing out into the expanse of the New Mexico desert in an authentic RV, the iconic location where the cooking' took place...They'll also get to have lunch at the infamous south-western
Bryan Cranston's break-out role as Walter White, the meth-cooking moral black hole at the center of AMC's Breaking Bad,'' didn't come until he was 51, after almost 30 years as a working actor. Coming off his run as the culture's most compelling and
The show's co-creator Vince Gilligan has been working on a prequel based on the dodgy dealings of lawyer Saul Goodman, played by Bob Odenkirk. Paul has revealed he's been invited to reunite with his old co-stars as troubled youth Jesse Pinkman.
His salary for "Breaking Bad" wasn't exactly at drug kingpin levels, but he's secure...Now it gets interesting. "I don't need work I don't need to work ever again," says the actor. "So the choices that I make now should all be things that I think are
Not quite ready to forget about our favorite meth head, Jesse Pinkman, sources have told E! News that Aaron Paul may reprise his role as the lovable sidekick for AMC's "Breaking Bad" spinoff, "Better Call Saul!"
If Aaron Paul gets his way, "Breaking Bad" fans can expect to see Jesse Pinkman calling on Saul Goodman and perhaps calling him some names in the spinoff series centered on a sleazy lawyer. Paul says he'd had "serious talks" with "Better Call Saul"
Move over, Walter White Bryan Cranston has moved into the White House! As you may have heard, the Emmy winner will make his Broadway debut on March 6, starring as President Lyndon B...And now you have the chance to be there on opening night and to
Peggy Sirota/More magazine 2014 Yo, Mrs. White is that really you? Yes, that is Anna Gunn, looking much different as the cover girl on the March issue of More magazine than she did as Skyler White, the no-nonsense wife of Albuquerque meth kingpin
The 5 Things You Definitely Should NOT Watch On Netflix During a Snow Day 2/13 1:45pm Sure, you need to start binge-watching House of Cards so you can spend the entire weekend just going to fucking town on season two, and it's always a good time to