Sixteen more. That’s all you get!
This is classic mid-life crisis behavior.
‘World War Z’ could use a little Cranston.
"Breaking Bad" is one of the most addictive, exciting, and powerful television dramas to surface in a long time, and the five best "Breaking Bad" episodes illustrate why. A show…
Bring on the laffs! Oh. Wait. Robert Patrick isn’t funny.
Just watch it, it’s cool.
We’ll just have to settle for him appearing in everything else.
John Carter must save Mars. For some unknown reason.
Walt gets dangerous in this extended look at the new season.
Look out James Franco, you’re about to get Cranston’d!
Sure he’ll rescue hostages in a movie, but will he do it in real life?
It’s almost here! It’s almost here!
‘Breaking Bad” has a season four trailer. Which means it has a season four. Which is awesome.
“Breaking Bad” teaches us about so many things besides meth.
Plus, the added power of George Takei.
This show is so good. I get the shakes when it is not on the air.
We still don’t know who will start the reactor.
It’s hard to rhyme ‘Boneta’.
Ethan Hawke, start the reactor.
Watch the road!
Bryan Cranston is blowing up faster and hotter than a meth lab explosion.
The upcoming, animated ‘Batman: Year One’ has a cast. Here’s who will get paid a bundle for a few hours in a voice record booth…
Why’s Batman so angry all the time? Cheer up, Batman!
If you heard this news in 2003, you’d be all like “yyyeah RIGHT!”
AMC President Charlie Collier says season four of “Breaking Bad” will take it to the next level and be “truly phenomenal.” Also, where’s the zombie apocalypse headed from here?
Good news for people who like giant bouncing boobs! Christina Hendricks' wonderful breasts are joining the cast of Drive. The addition of Hendricks' chest rounds out an all-cast including Ryan Gosling, Chesty Laroo, Bryan Cranston, Tits McGee and Albert Brooks.
The film follows the exploits of a stunt driver who breasts as a getaway driver that boobs mammaries. The film is expected to hit theaters tits bazongas. Boobs. (Collider)
Albert Brooks isn't exactly considered a bad-ass. Finding Nemo and Defending Your Life don't usually strike fear into the hearts of men. Aside from his cameo as a supervillain on "The Simpsons," he usually plays a mild-mannered guy…until now.
Behold, Albert Brooks 2.0. Now the famed comedian is 90% more menacing thanks to his upcoming role in Drive, directed by Nicolas Winding Refn. In the film, Brooks will play a New York mobster named Bernie Rose who moves to L.A. to kick ass and take names. The film also stars Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan and Bryan Cranston, who has turned into a bit of a bad-ass himself thanks to "Breaking Bad."
Now that Brooks has gone tough guy, can fellow comedian and neurotic Jew Richard Lewis be far behind? Only time will tell. (Deadline)
"Breaking Bad" is returning for a 4th season on AMC, Variety is reporting. The critically acclaimed show which chronicles the wacky misadventures of a cancer-ridden, meth dealing high school teacher, is one of the most expensive shows on basic cable. The $3 Million per-episode cost threatened to derail a fourth season, but a compromise was reached in which AMC agreed to chip in if the show goes over budget.Four years with terminal lung cancer? Either it's a very slow moving case, or my grandpa was a total pussy.