Breaking Bad stars Aaron Paul, Bob Odenkirk and Anna Gunn posed for photographers at The Hollywood Reporter and A&E's Comic-Con party celebrating Bates Motel on July 20 at Gang Kitchen in San Diego.
Welcome to Bates Motel
The Hollywood Reporter and A&E's Bates Motel party attracted boldfaced names, including the cast of the contemporary prequel drama, Private Practice alum Tim Daly and Hart of Dixie's Scott Porter.
Actress Bai Ling arrived in style at The Hollywood Reporter and A&E's Bates Motel party at Comic-Con.
Beth Deutschman and Diego Klattenhoff
The Hollywood Reporter's vp television and media Beth Deutschman posed with The Blacklist actor Diego Klattenhoff inside the THR/A&E party for Bates Motel.
Carlton Cuse and Vera Farmiga
Bates Motel executive producer Carlton Cuse and Emmy nominee Vera Farmiga were all smiles at The Hollywood Reporter/A&E shindig, which recently began production on season two.
Craig Ferguson and Vera Farmiga
Among the stars who showed up in support of Bates Motel was late-night host Craig Ferguson, who chatted with Vera Farmiga.
Actor David Arquette made an entrance July 20, spending the evening in the VIP section.
Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga
Co-stars Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga, who play son and mother on A&E's Bates Motel, relished the recognition the show received at Comic-Con. (A panel focusing on the drama took place the morning of July 20.) Highmore told THR on the carpet that Farmiga's recent Emmy nomination was well-deserved.
Breaking Bad alum and Revolution star Giancarlo Esposito stopped by The Hollywood Reporter/A&E's Bates Motel party.
Canadian actress Lindy Booth, who stars in Kick-Ass 2 as Night Bitch, dropped by the party.
Max Thieriot and Olivia Cooke
Bates Motel co-stars Max Thieriot and Olivia Cooke kept close inside Gang Kitchen.
The 'Bates' Cast
Bates Motel castmembers Max Thieriot, Olivia Cooke, Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga reunited on the carpet July 20 for their Comic-Con celebration.
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