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Bryan Cranston Won't Join Adam Carolla's Movie, Even for Mass Amounts of Cocaine [NSFW]

by Jacob Hall July 3, 2013 @ 12:14 PM
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.

'Breaking Bad' Final Season Poster: Heisenberg's Last Request

by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 25, 2013 @ 12:20 PM
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.

'Breaking Bad' Series Finale: Conan O'Brien Interviews the Cast

by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 17, 2013 @ 12:14 PM
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!

'Breaking Bad' Final Season Script Stolen from Bryan Cranston's Car?

by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 26, 2013 @ 12:00 PM
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?

'Breaking Bad' Season 5: Jane Kaczmarek Answers Cameo Rumors

by Kevin Fitzpatrick February 15, 2013 @ 2:58 PM
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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!

'Breaking Bad' Taps Jane Kaczmarek for 'Malcolm in the Middle' Reunion?

by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 29, 2013 @ 9:45 AM
@deanjnorris, Twitter
You might want to prepare your taste buds for the many grains of salt you'll be taking this with, as it seems 'Breaking Bad' decided to have a bit of fun in its final eight episodes, set to premiere this summer. No, Walter White (Bryan Cranston) won't suddenly regress into the wacky TV dad he was once known for, but his former 'Malcolm in the Middle' TV wife Jane Kaczmarek may just appear in an upcoming episode of 'Breaking Bad'! Find out if and when the two stars will reunite in 'Breaking Bad's' final episodes inside!

'Argo' Review

by Matt Singer October 11, 2012 @ 7:51 AM
Warner Bros.
That look. That probing, skeptical, disapproving look the TSA agent gives you at the airport as they look over your driver's license and boarding pass. I have never had a single reason to be nervous in these exchanges -- I've never tried to smuggle so much as a bottle of cough syrup onto an airplane -- but they unsettle me every single time. And this is in the United States and I've done nothing wrong: imagine what it must feel like to walk through a security checkpoint in Iran, traveling under a forged passport under an assumed identity, in the midst of the worst hostage crisis in your nation's history. If you're caught, you're dead, your friends are dead, and maybe every other hostage in the country is dead too.
The incredible true story in Ben Affleck's 'Argo' took place in the late 1970s and early 1980s -- but it plays to relatable modern fears, like our (or, at least, my) irrational terror of airport security.