Do you remember Elijah Wood in Back to the Future? Or Bryan Cranston in Saving Private Ryan? We highlight your favorite stars’ roles in hit movies – that you might have forgotten about.
An interesting story featuring everyone’s favorite, Bryan Cranston.
Streaming services are quickly becoming the guardian angels of failed pilots and shows.
The last ever episode of The Colbert Episode aired last night, which closed with host Stephen Colbert singing a tear-jerking rendition of “We’ll Meet Again,” accompanied by Jon Stewart, Randy Newman, Bryan Cranston, Willie Nelson, Mandy Patinkin, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Sam Waterston, Jeff Daniels, Cyndi Lauper, Big Bird, Keith Olbermann, Andrew Sullivan, Savannah Guthrie, Natalie Morales, Ric Ocasek, Charlie Rose, Michael Stipe, James Franco, Cookie Monster, Toby Keith, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Barry Manilow, David Gregory, Jeff Tweedy, Christiane Amanpour, Patrick Stewart, Andy Cohen, Arianna Huffington, Alan Alda, Cory Booker, George Lucas, Tim Meadows, Bob Costas, Elijah Wood, Henry Kissinger, Vince Gilligan, Bill Clinton, and a bunch of other people I didn’t recognize because they weren’t famous enough.
Are they sure it’s not called ‘Skinny Pete’? It’s ‘Skinny Pete’, right?
Wow. He made me vaguely interested in baseball. He is a rare talent.
Also starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
Never mess with a man who collects minerals.
“Let them fight.”
Great. Could you fight NOT in the center of a major city, please?
They really got off on the wrong foot.
Like a nuclear-powered Waldo.
A cool peek behind-the-scenes.
Heisenberg hat sold separately.
If you only like people once they’re rich and famous, you might not like this video.
If your kids think ‘Trumbo’ is the story of a lovable animal, they’re going to be disappointed.
“Yo, Mr. White’s a dog, bitch.”
It is no surprise that happy-go-lucky Bryan Cranston has a dark side. I mean, no one could play a character as dark as Walter White in Breaking Bad without having…
“I am the one who is blocks!”
Stay tuned after 7th Heaven for Breaking Bad, a hilarious new family series from the future-writer of Home Fries. Only on the WB.
Animate this immediately.
Stow your whine about your bad day in the cubicle farm as you safely slip into the world of the people who take the punches, explosions, and animal bites for…
Sounds like good sh*t too.
I would like to be put in an induced coma until the next eight episodes air.
Heisenberg would absolutely skullf*ck Jack Donaghy.
Is it too early to clamor for a Cranston-Paul reunion? And bring the guy who plays Badger, too.
Aren’t we the one in charge?