'Breaking Bad' Final Season Trailer Is Poetry

Literally. Literally. The new Breaking Bad trailer focuses on time lapse imagery of the desert and several Albuquerque landmarks featured in the series while we hear Walter White reading Percy Bysshe Shelley’s "Ozymandias," a poem about a king losing his empire. It all culminates with a shot of Walter's Heisenberg laying dusty on the desert floor. So, at some point this season, we can expect to see an episode where Walter misplaces his hat.

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We swear this is real. Did you enjoy Breaking Bad but found that it was a little too well-produced and not Spanish? Well then, hombre, you just scored. Metastasis stars Walter Blanco, a high school chemistry teacher driven to crime after he's diagnosed with Spanish cancer. It's everything you loved about Breaking Bad if it were filmed for a dollar. I can't wait to see how they handle the mid-air collision. It stands to reason that their version of Episode 310 "The Fly" will be called "The Spanish Fly."


Walt Is A One-Man Wrecking Crew In 'Breaking Bad' Season Four Trailer

'Breaking Bad" has a season four trailer. Which means it has a season four. Which is awesome. Breaking Bad" has a season four trailer. Which means it has a season four. Which is awesome. Remember Walter White walking around the desert in his tighty-brighties back in the pilot episode? Yeah, well erase that image from your memory or this newly-evolved Walter White will f$%^ing kill you. All while wearing a stylish hat. Which means Skyler had better be careful next time she feels the urge to get up his ass. The new season premieres July 17th on AMC. Finally.


'Breaking Bad' Featurette Will Remind You Why You Love 'Breaking Bad'

It's almost here! It's almost here! AMC just released a fun little featurette that manages to have somehow raise my anticipation for Breaking Bad season 4 without divulging a single plot point. The various characters discuss the themes of the season, which seem to simply be amplifications of the themes of every season: Jesse's in a dark, sad place; Walt becomes almost 100% criminal, Skyler develops a taste for the lifestyle. Essentially, all this featurette really does is remind us of two things: all the different trajectories that were established over the first 3 seasons, and how well Breaking Bad tells those stories. It doesn't take much to get fans of the show excited for the new season. How do I know? Because these featurette gives us virtually nothing but a great reminder, and I'm excited.


Walter White's Science Is Tight

Meet the chemistry advisor who keeps 'Breaking Bad' scientifically accurate. One of my favorite aspects to Breaking Bad is the fact that Walt and Jesse often use science to get our of scrapes. Got a dead body? Melt it with acid. Some guy being a jerk? Blow up half his body with a bomb hooked up to a bell. Gotta break into a vault? Magnets, bitch. But how scientifically-accurate is the show? Turns out very. Or just enough without teaching viewers how to actually cook meth. That's all thanks to the production's decision to hire University of Oklahoma chemistry profe3ssor Donna Nelson as the show's chemistry advisor. Check out the above video to see how much this incredible show just nails it.


Get Up To Speed With Extended 'Breaking Bad' Trailer

Walt gets dangerous in this extended look at the new season. Our editor has been rubbing it in our handsome faces that he's got his hands on advanced screeners of the new season of Breaking Bad which he has no intention of sharing with us. That's why Penn and I have been discussing going at him Cartel style. But our suits are at the cleaners. Oh well. Guess we'll just have to watch this extended Breaking Bad trailer until the fourth season premieres July 17th on AMC.


The 1982 'E.T.' Game Was So Bad, Atari Just Buried The Cartridges In The Desert

How bad does your video game have to be to be considered the worst of all-time? Pretty bad, as this YouTube video demonstrates. However, when you take into account that Atari paid around $25 million to get the rights to the game (the rights to a shapeless blob and a 4-bit rendition of the theme?), it's a total disaster. Now it's becoming clear just what Atari thought of their failure. Thousands, if not millions (but probably just thousands) of E.T. cartridges have turned up in a landfill in the New Mexico desert after Atari apparently just decided to cut their losses and bury the damn things. Now that games are trending towards streaming and virtual, we'll likely never have the awesome metaphor that is thousands of dirty video games turning up in a New Mexico desert, buried in shame. It's pretty awesome when you think about it.


Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul Reunite For Some Emmy Yuks in 'Barely Legal Pawn'

Also starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Looks like the Primetime Emmy committee also misses seeing Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul. Having been too busy committeeing for Godzilla or Need For Speed, they brought Breaking Bad's Walt and Jessie back for this Pawn Stars parody video also starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Created by the team behind Broad City, it's pretty funny throughout but worth watching all the way to the end. Give it a watch and don't forget to watch the Emmys and Godzilla and Need For Speed.


'Godzilla' Really Upsets Bryan Cranston In The Latest Trailer

They really got off on the wrong foot. If you've been watching the last few Godzilla trailers, you know that Bryan Cranston seems to hate the crap out of the giant monster. The latest, extended trailer fills in the gaps to explain the Cranston-Godzilla beef. You see, it seems that Godzilla forced Cranston to have to kill his own wife. Talk about bad first impressions. That would cheese me off too. Team Cranston! Even though he's being a bit of a hypocrite here.