Yeah, bitch! Aaron Paul confessed on the January 24 episode of ‘Ellen’ that he’d be totally down to reprise his Jesse Pinkman character for the ‘Breaking Bad’ spinoff ‘Better Call Saul’. He sounds so excited in his interview about bringing Jesse back!
It was a ‘Breaking Bad’ reunion just in time to celebrate Bryan Cranston turning the big 6-0, and Jimmy Kimmel helped gather up his pals from the show to help him have the most ‘turnt’ party ever!
Bryan Cranston is celebrating turning 60 MTV My Super Sweet 16 style, an all of his old Breaking Bad pals turned out to help throw the mother of all bashes. Jesse Pinkman himself Aaron Paul, 36. and Better Call Saul‘s Bob Oedenkirk, 53, made surprise cameos in a hilarious sketch for Jimmy Kimmel Live! where they mocked the classic teen reality show.
Walter White and Jesse Pinkman back together again! Aaron Paul supported his ‘Breaking Bad’ co-star Bryan Cranston at an NYC event honor Bryan, resulting in one epic reunion!
It’s Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, b*tch! The Breaking Bad co-stars reunited at a party in celebration of Walter White himself. Breaking Bad’s been off since 2013, but Bryan, 59, and Aaron, 36, remain best buds.
We never thought we’d say this, but science is so cool! On an episode of ‘MythBusters,’ Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman tested whether Walter White could’ve really built and used a booby trap machine gun effectively, as shown in the ‘Breaking Bad’ finale. Watch the video here!
Have you ever wondered whether Walter White’s (Bryan Cranston) whole trunk/machine gun invention, as shown in the Breaking Bad series finale, would work in real life? Well, MythBusters tested the gadget, and now we have the answer.
This would be scary if it weren’t so epic. Bryan Cranston was on hand at this year’s Electric Daisy Carnival to DJ (what else?)– as Walter White! Watch the incredible clip right now!
Well, say his name! On June 21, Bryan Cranston, 59, shocked fans at the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas by, not only showing up, but showing up as Walter White, his iconic Breaking Bad character. Luckily, because of this thing called the Internet, we don’t need to worry if we didn’t make it to Vegas– we can watch the whole, ridiculously epic video right now!
Say what? Aaron Paul is super excited about a new gig– and he’s bragging about it big time! Is Jesse Pinkman getting a ‘Breaking Bad’ spin-off?
Oh my god… Bitch! Aaron Paul, who most famously depicted the ill-fated drug dealer Jesse Pinkman on AMC’s smash hit series Breaking Bad, is working on a “top secret” project. And so, when he went on Periscope on June 15, fans pretty much lost their minds when he said that the project was actually a spin-off show all about Jesse! However, don’t whip out your yellow hazmat suit just yet. We’ve got the real scoop for you!
Bryan Cranston is back in ‘Breaking Bad’ mode in this hilarious new Esurance Super Bowl ad. Watch it right here!
We don’t know what scares us more — Lindsay Lohan as our “Sorta Mom” or Bryan Cranston as our “Sorta Pharmacist.” The award-winning Breaking Bad star returns to the small screen as the most untrustworthy pharmacist ever in Esurance’s clever new ad — watch!
Who you gonna call? Saul Goodman! The wait is just about over for AMC’s highly anticipated series ‘Better Call Saul’ and, ahead of the Feb. 8 premiere, we got some EXCLUSIVE scoop on what we can expect from the new show!
It’s been over a year since Breaking Bad went off the air, and we were just starting to get over those meth lab stress dreams about Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Jessie (Aaron Paul). That’s all about to change, though, when the (sort of) spin off series Better Call Saul premieres on AMC. The drama will have its two night premiere beginning on Feb. 8 and, to prepare, we chatted EXCLUSIVELY with series star Bob Odenkirk and creator Vince Gilligan about what we can expect for Saul’s (Bob) journey.
It’s finally here! Well, almost. AMC has just released a lengthy trailer for its hotly anticipated ‘Better Call Saul,’ the follow up to its smash series ‘Breaking Bad’ and it’s pretty much as amazing and ridiculous(!) as you’d expect.
We’ve had a huge, meth lab-sized hole in our hearts since Breaking Bad went off the air in 2013. Luckily, though, the show will live on through its new spinoff series Better Call Saul. The show’s two-night premiere kicks off on Feb. 8, and we’ve got the trailer inside to get you pumped! Check it out!
‘Better Call Saul’ doesn’t premiere until February 2015, but a music video for the ‘Breaking Bad’ spinoff has arrived and it reveals some pretty amazing spoilers! Click to WATCH!
February 2015 cannot come soon enough! With Better Call Saul still a few months away from premiering, show creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould gave fans some much-needed spoilers on Oct. 5, by debuting a music video that hints at some of the cases that Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) will be faced with during season 1!
‘Breaking Bad’ won the award for Outstanding Drama Series at the 2014 Emmy Awards on Aug. 25. The fan-favorite drama beat out newcomer ‘True Detective.’ Walter White will live on forever!
Breaking Bad took home the final award for Outstanding Drama Series at the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Aug. 25 in Los Angeles. This year’s six nominees were all worthy contenders, but it was Breaking Bad who walked away with the big win. Do you think the right show won, HollywoodLifers?
The Primetime Emmys are on August 25, and in a hilarious new promo, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reunite along with Julia Louis-Dreyfus. And yes, there are ‘Breaking Bad’ jokes aplenty. Watch!
This is Breaking Bad‘s final chance to win at the Primetime Emmy Awards on August 25, and in a new promo from Audi of America, sponsor of the upcoming 66th Primetime Emmy Awards show, Breaking stars Aaron Paul, 34, and Bryan Cranston, 58, reunite in an short called “Barely Legal Pawn.” Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus, 53, plays herself as she tries to hawk one of her many Emmys. The Breaking Bad jokes alone are worth the price of admission — check it out!
‘Better Call Saul’ doesn’t premiere until February 2015, but the first glimpse of the ‘Breaking Bad’ spinoff has arrived. Click to WATCH!
We know you’re all dying out there, Breaking Bad fans. How have you been living without Walter White (Bryan Cranston) in your life?! Well, as far as we know, he’s not coming back any time soon — never say never! — but Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) is, and we’ve got your first clip of the brand new series.
The ‘Breaking Bad’ spin-off ‘Better Call Saul’ was originally supposed to be a prequel, but producers have just announced that the show will span over several decades. It sounds like we might get to see more of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman after all!
As if we weren’t excited enough for Better Call Saul, the show’s producers just gave fans something else to look forward to — the Breaking Bad spin-off, which was originally supposed to be a prequel, will now jump between decades! Does this mean we can expect to see Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) again? Read on for all the details!
Director Rian Johnson, who directed three amazing episodes of ‘Breaking Bad,’ will head up Episode VIII of the upcoming ‘Star Wars’ series, he confirmed in a hilarious tweet on June 20.
Rian Johnson is about to add one of film’s most popular movie series EVER to his resume. Rian, who won a Directors Guild of America Award for his work on Breaking Bad, will take over the Star Wars directing responsibilities for the next flick from J.J. Abrams (who is directing Star Wars: Episode VII), according to reports.