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If you’re playing one of television’s most charismatic aggressors, it helps if your personality is at least partially sadistic in nature. And Walter White portrayer Bryan Cranston certainly has a lighthearted villainous streak running through him.
Better Call Saul gave potential audiences a solid new look at the series earlier today, but as it goes for everything in Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould’s universe, there’s always some bad to go with the good. Now we know two characters who definitely won't be showing up in Season 1.
Remember when Bryan Cranston was on Seinfeld? Well, Julia Louis-Dreyfus claims not to (she was joking, of course). In an effort to remind her of just how cozy his character was with Elaine in Seinfeld, Cranston interrupted Julia Louis-Dreyfus on her way up to the stage to collect her freshly-won Emmy Award and laid a serious smooch on her. Check it out in the video below!
As a nominee, we might say that Julia Louis-Dreyfus is to the Emmy Awards as Meryl Streep is to the Oscars, in that she's nominated a lot more than the average actor, but believe it or not, she doesn't win as often as you might think -- or as often as she deserves.
Details about Better Call Saul have been kept under the rug and inside a desk drawer and behind a bookshelf, but Gould just confirmed that the series will definitely have a non-static timeline that will occur before, after and during the events of Breaking Bad. So does that mean we’ll get to see Bryan Cranston’s iconic Walter White again?
For years, he was television’s most beloved antihero as Breaking Bad’s Walter White. Then he jumped to the big screen by going to Japan as the only meaningful human in Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla. And now, the Emmy Award-winning Bryan Cranston may soon return to TV as former President Lyndon Baines Johnson, reprising the role that also turned him into an acclaimed stage thespian.
MAJOR Breaking Bad spoilers beyond this point! Is it possible that Walter White may have lived to cook another day? Bryan Cranston seems willing to entertain the thought when he briefly discussed the ending of Breaking Bad in an interview with CNN's Ashleigh Banfield.
One thing is for certain: we're all very, very excited for AMC’s upcoming new series, Better Call Saul. Since the day the spin-off was announced, fans of Breaking Bad have gone off the deep-end of excitement. We here at Cinemablend know that it sucks to be out of the loop, so we've compile everything we know about your new favorite TV series thus far. Don't say we never did anything nice for ya!
The fervency with which fans have taken to HBO's original series True Detective is impressive. Naturally, the series' striking visuals, gripping storyline, and incredible acting have helped turn this into can't-miss TV of the grandest proportions. But given that Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey's story ends after the finale next month, some minds have turned to casting season two. And we've got some ideas of our own.
What if it were all a dream? Breaking Bad certainly wouldn’t be the first TV show to pull that stunt, but let’s face it, we knew the AMC drama wouldn’t mess with us that way. Its ending was incredibly satisfying. So much so that we’re more than happy to watch a ridiculous alternate ending that gives us the Malcolm in the Middle/Breaking Bad mash-up we’ve always wanted to see.
When a TV show is a hit, it stands to reason that it may have caught the attention and appreciation of some A-list actors. From time to time, we'll hear a celebrity chat on a talk show or in an interview about their obsession with a certain show, breaking our misconception that they spend all of their evenings out at trendy night clubs and lavish Hollywood parties, when they're not on set shooting their next whatever.
Bryan Cranston is heading back to How I Met Your Mother during the CBS comedy’s final season. The man hasn’t been a part of the HIMYM family since 2007, when he popped up on the series as one of Ted Mosby’s coworkers and later one of his underlings. In Season 9, he’ll return to the series playing the infamous Hammond Druthers.
Looking at the cover of this week's issue of Entertainment Weekly, I'm wondering if Breaking Bad's Jesse and Walt have just finished pummeling each other, or if their arms being around each other is meant to signify the friendship that exists behind their recent falling out. Maybe the cover's symbolic of both. Either way, it's a great reminder of what's been brewing on Breaking Bad as the series inches closer to its inevitable conclusion.
Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston made a splash at Comic-Con earlier this month when he revealed at the panel that he walked the floor wearing a Walter White mask. The topic came up during Late Show with David Letterman when Cranston sat down to be interviewed on the late night talk show.
With Breaking Bad having just wrapped up the first half of its final season on AMC, it was looking like we weren't going to see Bryan Cranston on the small screen until next summer. While we'll still have to wait until next summer for Breaking Bad to return, Bryan Cranston will be appearing in NBC's comedy series 30 Rock at some point in the series' upcoming seventh season.