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Bryan Cranston Utters Iconic Walt Line; Aaron Paul Books Movie, TV Roles

This week, Bryan Cranston utters an iconic Walt line at a concert, while Aaron Paul books movie and TV roles. Plus, GQ‘s history of hats includes Walt’s famous porkpie. Read on for more:

• Bryan Cranston surprises the crowd at Above & Beyond’s Electric Daisy Carnival performance by reviving his Walter White persona and “demanding that festivalgoers ‘Say my name,'” reports Rolling Stone.

• Aaron Paul will star in Zack Whedon’s Come and Find Me, a movie that will start shooting in Vancouver next month, according to Deadline.

Entertainment Weekly reports that Aaron Paul has joined the cast of a new Hulu drama called The Way, which will premiere this winter.

GQ‘s three-minute primer on the history of hats includes the Porkpie, which “broke bad with Walter White.”

E! Online reports that Walt has been voted the No. 1 TV character of all time by the readers of Empire Magazine.

• According to The Hollywood Reporter, Giancarlo Esposito has been cast in Baz Luhrmann’s Netflix hip-hop drama, The Get Down, in which he’ll play the brother of Jimmy Smits’ character.

E! Online reports that RJ Mitte strutted his stuff for Vivienne Westwood’s presentation at Men’s Fashion Week in Milan, opening and closing the show.

A.V. Club has the trailer for Kung Fu Panda 3, which features a “dunderheaded” panda voiced by Bryan Cranston.

E! Online will never get over Mike’s death, lamenting, “This death just didn’t need to happen, which of course made it 1,000 times worse.”

The Week recommends binge-watching Breaking Bad, which “has captivated worldwide audiences with its rawness, wit and exceptional acting.”

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