Before the critical accolades of 'Breaking Bad,' before the memorable stint on 'Malcolm in the Middle,' the great Bryan Cranston was just a working actor, the kind of guy who couldn't say no to a part unless he decided he didn't want to pay his rent. This means that the early filmography of the man who would be Walter White is filled with all kinds of odd projects ... and 'Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers,' a fact that Jay Leno dredged up when Cranston appeared on 'The Tonight Show.'
Less than two weeks away from the final premiere of 'Breaking Bad,' and so far AMC has kept new footage and spoilers to a minimum. We've seen some incredible teasers to be sure, but what of those eager to learn the fates of Walter White and his family in 'Breaking Bad''s final eight hours? Series star Bryan Cranston recently put forth his own theory on the end, which hits both literally and figuratively close to home.
We're just a couple of weeks away from the premiere of the final season of 'Breaking Bad' -- or the final half of it, anyway. The latest teaser for the upcoming premiere goes minimalist, with the camera panning over dusty and familiar landscapes, featuring objects that have become iconic for the series: the RV, Heisenberg's hat, etc.
We were on hand this past Sunday for the Comic-Con 2013 event of 'Breaking Bad''s final panel previewing the last eight episodes of the series, but for as many surprises and shenanigans as the Hall H presentation had in store, series star Bryan Cranston had one major bombshell to drop: the man walking through the convention center in a photorealistic Heisenberg mask was none other than the star himself!
If you want to raise awareness for the new movie you're trying to crowdfund, there are few methods as amazing and hilarious as a celebrated and beloved actor insulting you and refusing to be in said project.
Comedian Adam Carolla is currently trying to secure funding for his next indie film, 'Road Hard,' and he invited 'Breaking Bad' star Bryan Cranston to help him sell it. But Cranston won't be in the movie. Oh, no. He would never stoop that low.
Only eight episodes remain in the entirety of 'Breaking Bad' canon (barring a 'Better Call Saul' spinoff, groan), and so far spoilers have been locked down tight for the final season run beginning August 11. So far, at least one thing has been confirmed by the second teaser poster released today: Heisenberg is terrifying, and we should all remember his name.
With only eight episodes remaining in the entirety of AMC's 'Breaking Bad,' cast and crew are likely to keep details of the final stretch tightly under wraps even as the acclaimed drama heads toward a July premiere. Before the series finale, however, beloved late-night host Conan O'Brien had a chance to interview near of the entire cast at a recent Hollywood event for over an hour, so check out the in-depth and hilarious panel inside!
Though AMC and 'Breaking Bad's' creative team don't keep things so tightly under wraps as its other Emmy-winning drama 'Mad Men' from season to season, fans of the New Mexican meth drama may be in for some major spoilers as we get closer to the final eight episodes this summer. Bizarre reports have emerged that a script of one of the final eight episodes was stolen from series star Bryan Cranston's car, and has yet to be recovered! Will the ending of 'Breaking Bad' soon be spoiled for all?
A few weeks back new photos from 'Breaking Bad's set surfaced depicting a reunion of sorts between lead actor and one-time 'Malcolm in the Middle' star Bryan Cranston, and his then-TV wife Jane Kaczmarek, which naturally sent the rumor mill into overdrive that Kaczmarek would appear in one of the final 'Breaking Bad' episodes. That rumor seems to have been shot down pretty quickly, but what does Kaczmarek herself have to say on the possibility? Find out what led to the 'Malcolm in the Middle' reunion on 'Breaking Bad' inside!