‘Breaking Bad’ meth duo honored with bronze statue in Albuquerque
Breaking out: Actors Bryan Cranston, left, and Aaron Paul pose with bronze statues depicting television characters Walter White, played by Cranston, and Jesse Pinkman, played by Paul, from the series "Breaking Bad." (Sam Wasson/Getty Images)ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — “Breaking Bad” won 16 Emmy Awards during its television run from 2008 to 2013, but giant bronze statues in New Mexico may top those honors. “Breaking Bad” actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, who played White and Pinkman on the series, were at the Albuquerque Convention Center along with series creator Vince Gilligan, according to the magazine. “I’ve missed you all so much,” Paul told the crowd, adding that “Breaking Bad” saved his career. “I auditioned for ‘Breaking Bad,’ and it completely changed my life,” Paul said.wftv.com
‘Better Call Saul’: ‘Breaking Bad’ duo Cranston, Paul will return in final season
'Better Call Saul': 'Breaking Bad' duo Cranston, Paul will return in final season Actors Aaron Paul (left) and Bryan Cranston, winners of best drama series for "Breaking Bad," pose in the press room during the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 12, 2014, in Beverly Hills, California. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)“Breaking Bad” fans, rejoice: The reunion you’ve been waiting for will soon be here. Read up on all the juicy details from the #BetterCallSaul panel at @PaleyCenter: https://t.co/Mh4ufhAqPT — Better Call Saul (@BetterCallSaul) April 10, 2022The tweet came shortly after Peter Gould, co-creator of “Saul,” told PaleyFest LA guests that Cranston and Paul will appear in the series’ final season, Variety reported. And I can say, yes, we will,” says co-creator @petergould on #BetterCallSaul season 6. #PaleyFest — PaleyCenter (@paleycenter) April 10, 2022The new season of “Better Call Saul” premieres April 18.wftv.com
For 'Breaking Bad' and 'Downton Abbey,' 'the end' wasn't
For "Breaking Bad" and "Downton Abbey," it turns out "The end" wasn't. HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - For "Breaking Bad" and "Downton Abbey," it turns out "The end" wasn't. Ditto for "Downton Abbey," which didn't tie up every loose end but set up enough happily ever afters to leave a solid sense of satisfaction. All of which explains why "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" cruises into select theaters and onto Netflix this weekend, a mere three weeks after "Downton Abbey" topped the box-office, amassing nearly $140 million worldwide thus far. "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" premieres Oct. 11 on Netflix and in select theaters.
'Breaking Bad' movie will be released in October
BREAKING BAD (2008 - 13) Producer/director Vince Gilligan and actors Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Betsy Brandt, R.J. Mitte, and Bob Odenkirk speak onstage during the 'Breaking Bad' panel discussion at the AMC portion of the 2013(CNN) - After months of swirling rumors and teases for a "Breaking Bad" movie, Netflix released the film's trailer Saturday. "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" will be available on the streaming service October 11. The sequel will pick up shortly after the series finale, which aired six years ago on AMC, and it should answer the cliffhanger "What happened to Jesse Pinkman?" Series creator Vince Gilligan wrote and directed the movie. As the trailer ends, he says, "No way I'm helping you people put Jesse Pinkman back inside a cage."
'Breaking Bad' movie may be here sooner than we thought
Fans got so excited when it was revealed there was a "Breaking Bad" movie in the works, and it looks like it could be coming a lot sooner than we thought. Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, aka Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, recently shared a photo on Instagram and it looks a little suspicious. Related: A "Breaking Bad" movie is in the worksOnly a week ago, Cranston and Paul each shared a photo of two mules with the caption "Soon," so it's safe to say this movie is in full throttle. The question on everyone's mind is how Walter White will be involved in the movie. Of course, there are plenty of fan theories lurking on the internet that Walter White really isn't a dead, and hey, maybe they're true.
"Breaking Bad" stars team with Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Emmy parody
"Breaking Bad" stars team with Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Emmy parody Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, the stars of the hit series "Breaking Bad," joined "Veep" leading lady Julia Louis-Dreyfus in a pawnshop parody, lampooning the Emmy awards. The sketch was produced by Audi.cbsnews.com
Aaron Paul: There’s more to “Need for Speed” than just the cars
Aaron Paul: There’s more to “Need for Speed” than just the cars Aaron Paul told Suzanne Marques he was caught off guard after receiving the script for his latest film “Need for Speed,” where the “Breaking Bad” actor finds himself in the driver’s seat in the new high-octane action movie.cbsnews.com