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Bill Murray’s Bad Cameo in Dumb and Dumber To; Breaking Bad Meets Frozen

award-breaking-bad-325.jpgThis week, Bill Murray makes a Breaking Bad-themed cameo in Dumb and Dumber To, while Frozen gets the Breaking Bad treatment. Plus, Vince Gilligan will be a featured guest at the NAPTE/Content First industry panel in January. Read on for more:

The Hollywood Reporter notes that Bill Murray appears in a cameo in Dumb and Dumber To in a Breaking Bad-esque yellow hazmat suit while cooking a batch of crystal meth.

Time spotlights a Breaking Bad parody of Frozen, remarking that “it’s hard not to get a little misty-eyed.”

• According to The Hollywood Reporter, Vince Gilligan will appear on a panel at NATPE/Content First’s “Storytellers and the shaping of Pop Culture” event in January in Miami Beach.

The Washington Post looks at the importance of science consultants in film and TV, citing Breaking Bad as an example.

• Giancarlo Esposito tells a Hudson County Community College audience that Gus “had integrity and a very interesting morality that served him, he was meticulous and cared about what he does, and that’s very different than some of us,” according to The Jersey Journal.

• On CNBC, Jim Cramer discusses Jack in the Box’s upcoming earnings report, observing, “This quarter reverberates so loudly that it could move the stock of the fictional Pollos Hermanos of Breaking Bad.”

Entertainment Tonight notes that Bryan Cranston is one of several actors who made their Broadway debuts as Hollywood A-listers.

• The New York Post includes Bryan Cranston, who shaved and grew out his hair for Breaking Bad, in a gallery of celebrities who have shaved their heads.

DNAinfo talks to Marius Stan about his scientific and acting careers and how “I never would have imagined that this [Breaking Bad] would help me promote science.”

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