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Your Weekly Horoscope: Warm and Fuzzy Butterflies or True Detective-esque Weirdness?

Your Weekly Horoscope: Warm and Fuzzy Butterflies or True Detective-esque Weirdness?

Originally posted 03/03/2014 06:00AM

Pisces (Feb. 19 – Mar. 20) When the leaves turn colors and crunch under your feet this fall, what do you imagine will be different in your life? The new moon has kick-started a new six-month cycle for you – set your plan in motion now to reap the rewards during sweater weather.

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Will Aaron Paul Be Reprising His Breaking Bad Role? | Aaron Paul

Aaron Paul in Talks to Reprise Breaking Bad Role in Upcoming Prequel

Originally posted 03/01/2014 01:25PM

Jesse Pinkman fans might just get the ultimate fix.

Aaron Paul said he's had "serious talks" with Breaking Bad co-creator Vince Gilligan to join Better Call Saul, the Breaking Bad prequel centered around sketchy lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), and reprise the role that made him a star.

"Anything Vince is involved with, I'm there," Paul recently said in an interview promoting his new film Need for Speed, reports New York's Daily News.

"I owe him my entire career. And the idea of jumping into the skin of Jesse Pinkman again in his lighter days – because it's all a prequel – it would be fun."

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The Definitive Guide to Posing with Your Trophies During Awards Season | Jennifer Lawrence

UpdatePosted 02/27/2014 10:40AM

PEOPLE's Guide to Posing Like a Boss During Oscars Season

Originally posted 01/17/2014 05:30PM

With Sunday's Oscars, the 2014 awards season reaches its climax. It's been a long road, filled with a lot of celebrities posing with a lot of pictures with a lot of trophies.

But what's the best way to pose with these awards? That's where we come in.

In advance of the 2014 Academy Awards on Sunday, we suggest the many nominees take a gander at these tips, so they won't be caught in a compromising position at the post-presentation podium.

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Watch: 2014 Is the Year of the Sung Acceptance Speech

Watch: 2014 Is the Year of the Sung Acceptance Speech

Originally posted 01/19/2014 09:00AM

When it comes to accepting awards, more than a few 2014 recipients clearly had a song in their heart.

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2.1 Million People Tweeted About the Golden Globes Last Night

2.1 Million People Tweeted About the 2014 Golden Globes

Originally posted 01/13/2014 11:00AM

Do you have your water-cooler talking points on the Golden Globes prepped? If not, you might want to check out Twitter (under #GoldenGlobes) and peruse the 2.1 million Tweets people sent during the show Sunday night.

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Celeb Gifts that Can't Be Beat: Bryan Cranston Personal Calls & Schwarzenegger Tank Rides | Bryan Cranston

UpdatePosted 12/23/2013 04:00PM

Celeb Gifts for Charity: Bryan Cranston Personal Calls & Schwarzenegger Tank Rides

Originally posted 12/18/2013 02:00PM

The season of giving is in full swing and celebrities are getting in on the feel-good action.

Ever dream of picking up the phone and hearing Bryan Cranston on the other end? The University of California and Noise Marketing created Promise for Education to make outlandish wishes like this a reality. Promise for Education is a charity website dedicated to raising scholarship money by crowdsourcing people's vows to do something daring – like skydive or start a business – after reaching their set fundraising goal.

Over a thousand do-gooders have posted to the site, including some big celebrities with equally impressive promises. See what these famous folks offered up to help Promise for Education raise over $1.3 million in scholarship money this year. You won't find any Grinches here.

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Watch: Godzilla Trailer Delivers Atmosphere, Terror, Bryan Cranston

Originally posted 12/11/2013 11:00AM

A new Godzilla film is slated to hit theaters May 16, 2014. It'll be the first one in almost 10 years (the most recent Japanese installment came out on Nov. 29, 2004), and the first American Godzilla film since the widely-derided 1998 version.

The film is set to star Elizabeth Olsen and Bryan Cranston (in his most visible post-Breaking Bad role), as well as Aaron Taylor-Johnson.

So far, it looks like it'll conjure the requisite amounts of giant-monster-related dread, and we'll probably get to see a lot of Cranston running around and looking sweatily panicked, so it's got that going for it too.

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VIDEO: Breaking Bad Season 5 Blooper Reel Lightens Up a Dark Show

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Breaking Bad Season 5 Blooper Reel Lightens Up a Dark Show

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.

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VIDEO: The Funnier Breaking Bad Ending You Didn't See

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Breaking Bad Alternate Ending Hits the Internet – and It's Hilarious

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.

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Let This Silence of the Lambs Blooper Reel Remind You of Anthony Hopkins' Greatness

UpdatePosted 11/09/2013 04:40PM

Let This Silence of the Lambs Blooper Reel Remind You of Anthony Hopkins' Greatness

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.

1. This Letter He Sent Bryan Cranston

In October, Hopkins, like many of us, binge-watched Breaking Bad. However, like few of us, he sent a letter to Bryan Cranston after doing so. It read, in part, "Your performance as Walter White was the best acting I have ever seen – ever."

And he kept going! "If you ever get a chance to – would you pass my admiration to everyone – Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Aaron Paul, Betsy Brandt, R.J. Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Steven Michael Quezada – everyone – everyone gave master classes of performance…" Yes, that's Hannibal Lecter, gushing like a fanboy to the cast of Breaking Bad. Which brings us to…

2. Hannibal Lecter… in general

We still have nightmares from Hopkins' portrayal of Thomas Harris' best-known creation. And 2,000 film buffs from LoveFilm.com recently voted Lecter the most terrifying horror film villain, which of course, adds to him having already been honored by the American Film Institute as their No. 1 villain of all time. Which brings us to…

3. This blooper reel

This blooper reel from Silence of the Lambs has been blowing up the Internet today, and really, we can sum up the reason for its popularity in one sentence: Anthony Hopkins does a Sylvester Stallone impression. (The rest of it's funny too, but we never thought we'd type "Anthony Hopkins does a Sylvester Stallone impression," so we're pretty over the moon about that.)

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