Bryan Cranston: 10 Reasons to Attend 'Breaking Bad' Premiere (Video)

Bryan Cranston (Walter White)

"With Gustavo Fring gone, Walt now sees himself in total control. We also see Skyler becoming more and more of his equal. Look for characters from earlier in the series popping in again, too, like Skinny Pete and Badger. Anything can happen and no doubt will."

The actor is raising money for charity by offering a fan an RV ride to the show's swan song.

As if Breaking Bad fans needed more incentive, star Bryan Cranston has unveiled the top 10 reasons fans should ride in an RV with him to next month’s premiere.

The star is using an invite to the July 24 premiere in Culver City to raise funds for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Each person who donates to the cause will be entered into a contest to attend the premiere as his guest.

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In a video message posted Friday, Cranston said, “We will be the first people in Hollywood history to arrive at a star-studded premiere in a recreational vehicle.”

He also promised to convince some (or possibly all) of his Breaking Bad castmembers to join him in the RV, and to show the winner his Breaking Bad tattoo.

“I’ll teach you how to cook,” he says devilishly, before adding “...eggs.”

The contest is being held through, where fans can enter to win.

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Cranston isn’t the only one using Breaking Bad for a good cause. Samuel L. Jackson recently recorded one of Walter White’s (Cranston) most famous monologues to raise money for Alzheimer’s disease. That campaign caused fans to clamor for Cranston to record one of Jackson’s celebrated monologues, perhaps from 1994’s Pulp Fiction. Cranston has said he plans to record iconic Jackson lines in the future.

Watch Cranston’s message below.