01:48 PM EDT 08/26/2016
Originally posted 08/25/2016 10:55AM
[YOUTUBE "FP-kgnavUQ0"] Aaron Paul may have his own role on a Netflix series, but there's another series on the streaming service that has caught his attention.
The actor, like so many other Netflix subscribers, is obsessed with Stranger Things and the show's young stars – so much so that he told Millie Bobby Brown that he wanted to adopt her.
Paul, 36, told Jimmy Fallon that tweeting his praise for the Duffer Brothers' series led to an opportunity to interview the 12-year-old breakout star for Elle.
Bryan Cranston Spoofs My Super Sweet 16, Throws a "Super Sweet 60" with Lions, Crowns and Aaron Paul
Originally posted 05/21/2016 11:10AM
You think you know what is going to happen when you read that Bryan Cranston starred in a My Super Sweet 16 parody for Jimmy Kimmel, in honor of his 60th birthday earlier this year. But you have no idea.
Originally posted 05/06/2016 11:20PM
Originally posted 04/01/2016 05:00PM
Aaron Paul says he's had conversations with the producers about bringing his Breaking Bad character Jesse Pinkman to the AMC spinoff.
Aaron Paul on His Twitter Exchange with Stephen King About Possible Dark Tower Role: It's Exciting News – 'Maybe'
Originally posted 03/11/2016 01:30PM
After rumors swirled this week about Aaron Paul being considered for a role in The Dark Tower, Paul brought the matter directly to the author himself – Stephen King – via Twitter.
Originally posted 03/10/2016 03:05PM
"It's strange," Paul says of playing a dad on his new Hulu series
Helen Mirren and Eye in the Sky Director Pay Tribute to the Late Alan Rickman at N.Y.C. Premiere: 'He Was a Good Man'
Originally posted 03/10/2016 02:55PM
The Eye in the Sky cast and crew gathered for the film's N.Y.C. premiere Wednesday, and paid tribute to late co-star Alan Rickman in his final onscreen role.
Originally posted 02/25/2016 11:20AM
Aaron Paul took home three Emmy Awards for his role
Originally posted 01/24/2016 01:55PM
Sunday is the day X-Files diehards have been waiting for: For the first time since 2002, we get to watch new episodes of one of the biggest cult favorite series in TV history.
Originally posted 11/11/2015 03:45PM
Good news for Breaking Bad fans: Costumes and other artifacts from the series were added to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History on Tuesday.
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