‘Breaking Bad’ season 5 cooks up its seventh and penultimate of the final eight episodes, “Granite State,” as Walter settles into his new isolated existence in New Hampshire, while Jesse's desperate attempts to escape captivity have deadly consequences for Brock and Andrea.
Last week’s ‘Breaking Bad’ episode, “Ozymandias,” saw the fallout of the desert battle between Jack’s men and Hank leaving deadly ramifications for the entire cast, as Walt’s world of lies finally came crumbling down and sent him on the run, so how does “Granite State” set up the series finale? Now that Walter is determined to return to New Mexico, how will it all end for ‘Breaking Bad’?
Read on for your in-depth recap and review of everything you need to know about ‘Breaking Bad’ season 5 episode 15, “Granite State”!
Now that Bryan Cranston is done shaving his head for 'Breaking Bad,' he can finally lead a motion picture, and it appears that the former Meth King of New Mexico will star in 'Trumbo,' a biopic about Dalton Trumbo -- the most famous of the screenwriters put on the Hollywood Blacklist.
Sleep depravity would be an understatement in adjusting to the world rocked by last night's 'Breaking Bad' installment "Ozymandias," but the myriad of content detailing production of the historic episode surely helps. Director Rian Johnson has taken to Twitter with a number of behind-the-scenes photos and surprising details from the hour, including a few easter eggs you may not have noticed!
‘Breaking Bad’ season 5 cooks up its sixth of the final eight episodes, “Ozymandias,” as the fallout of the desert battle between Jack's men and Hank has deadly ramifications for the entire cast, and Walt's world of lies finally comes crumbling down around him..
Last week’s ‘Breaking Bad’ episode, “To'hajiilee,” saw Jesse and Hank put into motion their plan against Walter, before Walter’s own deal with Todd’s Neo-Nazi uncle quickly sent things spiraling out of control with a desert shootout, so how does “Ozymandias” set up the final two episodes? Now that everyone knows the terrible truth, how will it all end for ‘Breaking Bad?’
Read on for your in-depth recap and review of everything you need to know about ‘Breaking Bad’ season 5 episode 14, “Ozymandias!”
We're still not quite sure if we're ready to laugh at 'Breaking Bad' when AMC moves forward on the 'Better Call Saul' spinoff, but fortunately Jimmy Fallon knows just how to strike the tone. Fallon's latest 'Late Night' parody sees the future 'Tonight Show' host "Joking Bad" with some incredible and surprising cameos, the best way to start your morning.
Normally, we would just avoid this obviously fake report but since a few legitimate news outlets have run the story (notably Rolling Stone) and we're getting a lot of e-mails asking about it, we thought it was about time to address it. No, 'Breaking Bad' star Bryan Cranston has not been cast as Lex Luthor in 'Batman vs. Superman.'
Bryan Cranston recently indicated that he would be more than happy to shave his head (again) to potentially play the villainous Lex Luthor in 'Man of Steeel 2.' While there's no concrete evidence to suggest he's been offered the job or that Luthor will even appear in the sequel, it's still a fun question to ponder. Would the man who broke bad so well on TV be an ideal nemesis for Superman?
'Batman and Superman' may be one of the big event films of 2015, but the film is still trying to find its cast. Sure, Henry Cavill is a lock as Superman, but recent word is that Warner Brothers is asking Christian Bale to re-don the cape and cowl, and is willing to pay him a lot to do so. But even then, who knows if he'll say yes? Bryan Cranston seems to want to make casting that much easier, as he's expressed interest in playing Lex Luthor.
‘Breaking Bad’ season 5 cooks up its first of the final eight episodes, as Hank struggles to make sense of his newfound realization about Walt, while Walt keeps yet another secret from the family, and Jesse fervently attempts to assuage his guilty conscience.
Last year’s ‘Breaking Bad’ finale “Gliding Over All” saw Walter put into action his plan to eliminate the nine conspirators remaining from Mike’s list, while Hank finally came to the all-important realization about his brother-in-law, so how does “Blood Money” kick off the final run? Now that Hank knows, how will the final eight episodes of 'Breaking Bad' ultimately end the series?
Read on for your in-depth recap and review of everything you need to know about ‘Breaking Bad’ season 5 episode 9, “Blood Money!”
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.'
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