This week, Bryan Cranston talks about Better Call Saul with Access Hollywood, while Giancarlo Esposito compares his new film role to Gus. Plus, Cranston shows up at Comic-Con to discuss his new web series, SuperMansion. Read on for more:
• Speaking with Access Hollywood about Better Call Saul, Bryan Cranston comments that “if Vince [Gilligan] thought that there was some legitimate reason why my character would brush up against those characters, I would do it.”
• According to the Associated Press, Giancarlo Esposito says his character in The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, Jorge, is “just as explosive as his Breaking Bad character Gus Fring.”
• Bryan Cranston, talking to Entertainment Weekly about SuperMansion, a stop-motion animated web series coming to Crackle this fall, says, “It’s actually a fun story that makes a lot of sense, and they’re superheroes. Who wouldn’t want to be a superhero?”
• TV Geek Army argues that Walt is “the ultimate anti-hero.”
• TV.com‘s staff debates their favorite TV characters of all time, with one choosing Walt “because he’s so well written and Bryan Cranston was amazing in the role.”
• Vulture reports that the pilot for Sneaky Pete, a TV show produced by Bryan Cranston, will be posted on Amazon in August.
• Styleite spotlights RJ Mitte’s appearance at Berlin Fashion Week in the Sopopular show, noting that the actor is “becoming a fast fixture on the runway.”
• Vulture, exploring bottle episodes, cites Season 3’s “Fly” as an example of episodes that “often take a break from plot and focus on character relationships.”
• TODAY highlights TV-themed tours, including the ABQ Trolley Company’s 3½-hour Breaking Bad-themed trolley tour.
• The Guardian, discussing TV episode titles, says that Season 4’s “Box Cutter” is an example of when “seemingly prosaic names gain a second resonance once you have actually watched the episode in question.”
• Giancarlo Esposito will guest-star on Season 3 of Comedy Central’s Drunk History, according to Entertainment Weekly.
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