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Bryan Cranston Makes Meth With Seth Rogen; RJ Mitte Talks Final Episodes With HuffPost

This week, Bryan Cranston makes meth with Seth Rogen in a Funny or Die video, while RJ Mitte talks about Breaking Bad‘s final episodes with The Huffington Post. Plus, Bob Odenkirk discusses Saul’s arc with New York. Read on for more:

Bryan Cranston appears in a Funny or Die video with Seth Rogen, complimenting the young actor on his meth-making skills.

The Huffington Post interviews RJ Mitte, who discusses Breaking Bad‘s return: “I have no doubt in my mind that when the first episode releases people are just going to be flipping out of their minds.”

Bob Odenkirk speaks with New York about Saul’s longevity: “No one thought the part was meant to last. For it to continue was always every time a surprise to me.”

/film talks Breaking Bad with Rian Johnson [at the 20-minute mark], who calls Season 3’s “Fly” a “really unique directing experience” and shares that he has a sense of how the series will end.

Bryan Cranston tells the Philippine Daily Inquirer that Heisenberg’s black porkpie hat is “emblematic–it is a talisman.”

According to TheWrap, Giancarlo Esposito is open to working with Breaking Bad‘s cast, crew and writers again, though chances are “slim” he’d return in a flashback.

Jessica Hecht tells Broadway.com what she’s learned from Bryan Cranston during her time on Breaking Bad.

Female First cites Breaking Bad as an example of a show that got better in Season 2, when it moved “from a very good series to an utterly mind blowing one.”

Bryan Cranston is joining the cast of Kung Fu Panda 3, which will be released in December 2015, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Zap2it spotlights RJ Mitte’s “sexy” photoshoot for Dark Beauty Magazine, noting “the 20-year-old showed a side that fans haven’t seen on cable television.”

• According to The Hollywood Reporter, New Mexico’s governor signed the so-called Breaking Bad bill into law, thus increasing subsidies on movie and TV productions filmed in the state.

• Go to ScreenRant for a Breaking Bad title sequence set to the theme song of NBC’s The Office.

Betsy Brandt (along with Mad Men‘s Jon Hamm) will be a guest on BBC America’s The Nerdist on April 13, according to TV by the Numbers.

• According to Broadway World, Bryan Cranston is a guest voice on FOX’s The Cleveland Show on April 14.

The New Zealand Herald reports that Breaking Bad has been picked up by Sky TV’s SoHo channel.

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