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Artist Behind 'Breaking Bad's' Los Pollos Hermanos Sues Sony
Gus Fring would not be pleased.
Bryan Cranston Says He Will Move to Canada If Donald Trump Becomes President
The 'Breaking Bad' star is the latest Hollywood celebrity — joining 'Girls' creator and star Lena Dunham, Chelsea Handler and Barbra Streisand — to claim they would leave the U.S. if the GOP presidential candidate wins the election.
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Jesse Plemons ('Other People')
The 28-year-old, coming off an Emmy nom, dishes on his breakthrough roles on 'Friday Night Lights' and 'Breaking Bad,' 'Fargo' co-star Kirsten Dunst, auditioning for 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens,' his controversial sex scene with Zach Woods and more.
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Bob Odenkirk ('Better Call Saul')
The comedy vet explains why he should have been fired from 'SNL,' how 'Mr. Show' landed him 'Breaking Bad' and how 'How I Met Your Mother' almost cost him the gig that has netted him two consecutive best actor Emmy noms — for a drama.
Bryan Cranston Says He's Open to a 'Better Call Saul' Appearance
If White were ever to reappear, Cranston is positive it would not be "stunt casting."
PBS Acquires Martin Sheen's 'Anne of Green Gables' Reboot for U.S. Broadcast
The pubcaster will premiere the revival Stateside in November.
Rapid Round: Anna Gunn on Wall Street Women, Money in Hollywood and Matching Walter White in 'Equity' (Q&A)
The star of the female-centric corporate thriller talks learning from investment bankers, returning to her comedy roots and intimidating others while injured: "They shot me from the knees up for ten days."
Aaron Paul Said He Had 'Breaking Bad' Nightmares About Krysten Ritter's Jane
"As an actor, you try and force yourself to believe that situations are truly happening to you as the character. I was just so in that guy's skin for so many years."
Aaron Paul Says 'Breaking Bad' Fans Crashed His Wedding
"This one girl almost caught Lauren's bouquet. She dove for it — violently dove, you could tell on her face that she was going to get it."
'The Book Thief' Star Ben Schnetzer Joins Arctic Drama 'The Grizzlies'
Graham Yost and 'Breaking Bad' writer Moira Walley-Beckett penned the screenplay, with Frank Marshall executive producing the indie.