With AMC’s Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul thriving, and hardcore fans spending time finding all the easter eggs and callbacks to the Emmy-winning show, it’s clear Walter White still has a ton of die-hard followers. But show creator Vince Gilligan is calling out some of those die-hards for throwing pizzas on the roof of the Albuquerque house where Breaking Bad was shot, and upsetting the nice lady who lives there. More
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Though much of the nation was focused on last night’s Grammys, AMC had a blockbuster night of its own.
First came the explosive, gore-filled midseason premiere of The Walking Dead, which left more than a few fans upset. Then came the premiere of Better Call Saul, the Breaking Bad spinoff starring Bob Odenkirk that always seemed more like fan fantasy — like a Lost starring Ben and Locke.
Last night, that fantasy became a reality. More
Unlike a cat-operated Roomba or a self-driving Uber, a “Breaking Bad” / “Frozen” mashup is not something I spent hours trying to create before giving up and hoping someone with actual talent would eventually invent. More
Actor Bryan Cranston always made a big deal about breakfast as Walter White on the modern television classic “Breaking Bad.” So it makes perfect sense that the author of the best-selling children’s book for adults “Go the F*ck to Sleep” would tap Cranston to narrate the audibook for his newest profane title, “You Have to F*cking Eat.” More
“Breaking Bad” may be over (pass the tissues), but that hasn’t stopped Aaron Paul from breaking the law on screen. This time he’s an offender in the driver’s seat, playing Tobey Marshall, a good guy who can’t seem to get a break. Tobey is hell bent on revenge, even if that means busting all the rules, especially when it comes to a “Need for Speed.” We sat down with Mr. Paul fresh off his night at the famous Cheers in Beacon Hill (where yes, Jesse Pinkman took pictures with fans, signed autographs, and even jumped behind the bar to take orders and call the shots). Aaron discusses his character, the film’s bad-ass stunts, and transforming an iconic video game, “Need for Speed,” into a feature film. More