- There’s a reference to Walter White in the Godzilla credits – Entertainment Weekly
- Kendall Jenner was not bullied during fashion week – Gossip Cop
- Ansel Elgort is getting hot & heavy in this new trailer – Just Jared Jr
- Alanis Morisette dyed her hair very blonde – Huffington Post
- Sandra Bullock just got a new co-star! – The Hollywood Reporter
- Guess who is paying for George Clooney‘s wedding? – DListed
- Nina Dobrev puts on a leg show – Hollywood Tuna
- Watch Joe Manganiello‘s acceptance speech at the HRC gala – Towleroad
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Breaking Bad had an amazing night at the 2014 Emmy Awards and took home possibly one of the biggest prizes of all – Outstanding Drama Series!
The cast – including actors Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, and others – joined Vince Gilligan on stage as he spoke from his heart thanking everyone for Breaking Bad‘s win after their final season.
Bryan, Aaron, and Anna all took home acting awards that evening as well. Congratulations all around!
DO YOU THINK Breaking Bad deserved to take the award home for Outstanding Drama Series?
While only ten seconds long, we finally have our first look at the highly anticipated new series Better Call Saul, the spinoff of the wildly successful Breaking Bad.
The clip features the show’s star Bob Odenkirk talking to potential clients as his character Saul, saying “Lawyers. We’re like health insurance. You hope you never need it, but man oh man. Not having it? No!”
If you want a dose of Bob before Better Call Saul premieres in February, we suggest that you check him out in the FX miniseries Fargo, which is nominated for a ton of awards at this month’s Emmys.
‘Better Call Saul’ Short Teaser
AMC has picked up the upcoming series Better Call Saul for a second season way ahead of the show’s debut!
While the Breaking Bad spin-off’s first season will last for just 10 episodes, the second season will be given a 13-episode order.
In some less exciting news, the premiere of season one has been pushed back from November to early 2015. The second season will air in early 2016.
“Production on Better Call Saul is underway and we could not be more proud of nor more excited about the work to date. We join the fans in eager anticipation for this series and today we happily confirm that our initial Saul order is for two seasons and a total of 23 episodes,” said AMC president Charlie Collier (via THR). “When introducing any series, especially one with the DNA of Breaking Bad, there are countless factors to consider in making sure the show gets the launch it deserves. We have a strong history with Vince [Gilligan], Peter [Gould], Bob [Odenkirk], the studio and so many involved with this production; we are enjoying the process on Saul and all share a focus on making it a true television event. No half measures.”
ARE YOU EXCITED to get at least two seasons of Better Call Saul?
- Watch this mini reunion from some of the characters from Breaking Bad – Entertainment Weekly
- Playwright Terrence McNally wrote a touching piece about AIDS – Huffington Post
- Find out who is joining the cast of Disney’s Descendents – Just Jared Jr
- Gwen Stefani has split from her longtime manager – The Hollywood Reporter
- Are Malin Akerman and Colin Egglesfield an item? – DListed
- Jordana Brewster shows off her fab figure – Hollywood Tuna
- Ellen DeGeneres will host a competition design show – Towleroad
Bryan Cranston has brought back his iconic Breaking Bad character Walter White in an awesome way… to help a kid ask a girl to the prom!
The 58-year-old actor was greeting fans at the stage door of his Broadway play All the Way when a high school student named Stefan Montana asked him to help him out with a little video.
“Maddie, if you don’t go to the prom with Stefan than maybe your best course of action is to tread lightly,” Bryan said in character. She said yes!
Watch the video below.
Bryan Cranston Brings Back Walter White to Help Kid Ask Girl to Prom
Bryan Cranston is set to write a memoir about his years on the hit series Breaking Bad, which wrapped up its run last year after five seasons on the air.
In his statement about the book, the 58-year-old actor said that he will “tell the stories of my life and reveal the secrets and lies that I lived with for six years shooting Breaking Bad.”
The book will be released in fall 2015 via the publisher Scribner, an imprint of Simon & Schuster.
If you want to see Bryan act live in person, go see him right now on Broadway in the play All the Way!
WILL YOU READ Bryan Cranston’s memoir about his Breaking Bad years?