07:27 PM EDT 11/19/2013
Originally posted 11/18/2013 10:55AM
Season 5 of Breaking Bad was probably the most tension-ridden season of television we've ever seen. And that's why this this blooper reel is a treat.
Set to a jaunty soundtrack, the reel reveals, among other things, the cast's faculty with impressions: Bryan Cranston rattles off Bugs Bunny and Jack Nicholson at one point, while Anna Gunn shows off her Katherine Hepburn. Also, watching Cranston run full-speed into one of the car-wash doors is something we don't think we'll ever forget.
Originally posted 11/17/2013 03:00PM
Despite what many conspiracy theorists and super-fans were postulating, Vince Gilligan came out and told The Hollywood Reporter that the finale of Breaking Bad was not a dream. So, sorry, everyone.
That said, if it were actually revealed as a dream, we would have wanted it to happen exactly like the video below, in which Hal from Malcolm In the Middle wakes up from a terrible nightmare. Not only is a treat to see Cranston reprise the role he was previously best-known for, but his descriptions of the show are hilarious.
Originally posted 11/08/2013 12:00PM
In case you needed to be reminded, Anthony Hopkins is amazing. Not only is he a deeply talented actor, but he's also an all-around gentleman and national treasure (even if he's, you know, not of our nation). And a few more reasons that support this claim have recently come forth.
Originally posted 10/08/2013 10:30AM
What would Agent Schrader think?
Dean Norris, who played Agent Hank Schrader on Breaking Bad, visited St. James's Gate (the Guinness brewery) in Dublin on Friday.
After touring the facility, Norris got a lesson from Master Brewer Fergal Murray and tried his hand at pouring the perfect pint.
Originally posted 10/06/2013 10:25AM
RJ Mitte isn't the only Breaking Bad actor who loves breakfast.
Bryan Cranston, who is currently starring as former President Lyndon B. Johnson in All the Way at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Mass., made a return visit to one of his favorite Boston-area restaurants Saturday morning.
Cranston headed to Zinneken's with a couple friends, where he feasted on the Cambridge mainstay's signature meal: Belgian waffles.
Opting for blueberry, strawberry and banana waffles – sans bacon – Cranston "was just a regular guy," the restaurant's manager told PEOPLE. "He was cool to people."
Dressed casually in a striped shirt and Los Angeles Dodgers hat, Cranston had no problem posing for a quick photo with one of the restaurant’s employees, a big Breaking Bad fan.
"When we asked if we can take a picture, he was like 'sure!' " said the manager.
Originally posted 09/30/2013 10:00AM
One last cook.
On Sunday, Breaking Bad ended its six-series run with an explosive series finale, "Felina."
Fans crowded around couches, dressed up like Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), and tried their hardest to replicate that trademark blue the series has become synonymous with in cupcakes, candies and more.
Here's how you and some famous fans said goodbye:
Originally posted 09/30/2013 07:20AM
As we headed into Breaking Bad's finale Sunday night on AMC, the question wasn't whether it would end badly, but how badly.
SPOILER ALERT: Several plot developments revealed here.
Originally posted 09/29/2013 12:00PM
As everyone looks forward to (and simultaneously dreads) Sunday's Breaking Bad finale, cast members are cleverly revealing what they can about the conclusion of the hit series. And it isn't much.
"I love the way it ended. The ending was an inevitable outcome," RJ Mitte, who plays Walt Jr. (a.k.a., Flynn), on the AMC show, during an interview with Take Part Live. "The way the family winds up, it's a real-life ending. It's not make believe."
He goes on to add, "It could be a happy ending ... there's so much. You have no idea."
Originally posted 09/27/2013 12:15PM
Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul is doing some good.
As the Emmy-winning AMC show approaches its series finale on Sunday, the 34-year-old actor, who plays conflicted and hapless meth cooker Jesse, has used his celebrity to raise $1.8 million for his wife Lauren Parsekian's anti-bullying charity, The Kind Campaign. The nonprofit seeks to raise awareness of bullying among girls.
According to the New York Daily News, two winners of an online contest Paul sponsored will visit Hollywood, where they will attend the series finale viewing party on Sunday and hang out with the cast.
Originally posted 09/27/2013 09:00AM
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