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Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul Read Final Breaking Bad Script; Bob Odenkirk Talks Saul & Spin-Off

BB-Episode313-Walt-Saul-325.jpgThis week, watch Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul read the script for Breaking Bad’s last episode, while The Daily Beast and other publications talk to Bob Odenkirk about Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. Plus, Cranston chats about portraying President Johnson on stage. Read on for more:

Entertainment Weekly features a clip of a seminal moment for Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul — when they read the script of the series finale ending for the first time.

The Daily Beast talks to Bob Odenkirk, who calls his time on Breaking Bad “the juiciest, most awesome role, with people who were unbelievable professionals, like Bryan Cranston.” Odenkirk chats with BlackBook about Better Call Saul.

Bryan Cranston talks to Austin’s KTBC about playing President Johnson in All the Way.

Theater Mania showcases the artwork for Broadway-bound All the Way, which stars Bryan Cranston as President Lyndon Johnson.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette calls Breaking Bad “one of the few series that never made any substantive creative missteps.”

Den of Geek has a video of Vince Gilligan opening the money barrel that contains the Blu-ray collection of all five seasons of Breaking Bad.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Vince Gilligan has signed an eight-figure, multi-year deal at Sony Pictures Television.

The New York Daily News reports that Anna Gunn will play the lead female detective in a new FOX series, Gracepoint, which is based on the BBC’s Broadchurch.

Screen Invasion features the trailer for Need for Speed, which stars Aaron Paul. Paul speaks to ComingSoon.net about doing the stunts in the film.

The director of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire tells The Huffington Post how Breaking Bad inspired him.

The Huffington Post reports that the State University of New York at Buffalo is offering a seminar next spring called “Breaking Down Breaking Bad.”

Bryan Cranston talks to MoviePilot about the Godzilla remake and when he first discovered Godzilla as a kid.

CNET UK reports that Breaking Bad is the the most popular show on the U.S. version of Netflix, according to a Tel Aviv-based web measurement company.

WhatCulture’s list of the 10 most badass TV characters in the 2000s includes Mike Ehrmantraut.

Bill Burr tells the Rapid City (S.D.) Journal that working on Breaking Bad was easy: “If the material is there, all you have to do is say what they wrote and hit your marks.”

RJ Mitte travels to Windsor, Ontario to speak up against bullying. OurWindsor.ca covered the event, as did CTV. Mitte was also interviewed by The Windsor Star.

• In addition, RJ Mitte visits KTLA to promote a charity event benefiting the Los Angeles Children’s Hospital.

IGN interviews Bob Odenkirk about his new film, Nebraska.

Bob Odenkirk tells The Jewish Journal that he was rooting against Walt toward the end of Breaking Bad because “he’s just crazed, his ego is so out of control!”

Music Feeds has the video of The Cairos, an Australian band, covering the Breaking Bad theme song.

WorldScreen.com reports that Giancarlo Esposito and Betsy Brandt will present at next week’s International Emmy Awards.

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