Bryan Cranston

Miniature-Meth-Tray-Toting ‘Breaking Bad’ Action Figures Pulled From Toys ‘R’ Us Shelves

So it unsettles you to see your children pretending to be meth-dealing, infanticide-accomplice cancer patients? It certainly seems to have… Read More

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Flavorwire’s 2014 Primetime Emmy Picks and Predictions

The 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards airs tonight at 9pm. You’d be forgiven if this catches you off guard; it’s about a month earlier than usual due to football, and it’s airing on a Monday, as if NBC was worried about the overlap between Emmys and MTV Video Music Awards viewers (but really because of how early Labor Day is this year). If you’re unprepared, there’s no need to worry! Flavorwire has you covered with a list of all the nominees in the big categories, our (mostly) informed predictions, and even our personal picks. Even if we’re wrong, we’ll still get a night of tipsy celebrities, meandering acceptance speeches, and awkward topical humor. We’re all winners! … Read More

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Watch ‘Breaking Bad’ Duo Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul Reunite to Neg Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Maybe your Emmy can’t leave you warm at night as Veep‘s Julia Louis-Dreyfus learns in this short comic video brought… Read More

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Steven Spielberg Turning Bryan Cranston’s LBJ Play ‘All The Way’ Into an HBO Movie

Steven Spielberg knows an opportunity when he sees it, and Robert Schenkkan’s Tony-winning play about Lyndon B. Johnson, All The Way,… Read More

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10 Charming Fan Letters From Cultural Icons

Last night, as you’re well aware, the fourth season of Game of Thrones came to a close, and everyone went bananas. And perhaps, somewhere, some future literary superstar penned a fan letter to George R.R. Martin, telling him what an inspiration his work is. It’s not too much of a stretch — presumably in preparation for the finale, iO9 dug up that great fan letter that young Master Martin wrote to Marvel’s Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, raving over the greatness of a recent Fantastic Four issue. Such a missive is a blast to read now; it’s also but one example of the fine tradition of superstars who reveal themselves (either before their own fame or after it) to be super-fans. … Read More

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Your Weekly TV News Roundup: ‘I Slept With a Celebrity,’ Bryan Cranston’s New Comedy

The television world moves so fast that by the time you learn of a show’s premiere, it could already be canceled. It’s hard to keep track of the constant stream of television news, so Flavorwire is here to provide a weekly roundup of the most exciting — and baffling — casting and development updates. This week, commoners sleep with celebrities, Lifetime films women giving birth in the woods, and the trailer for Sharknado 2. … Read More

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‘Godzilla’ Is the Rare Cynical Reboot That’s Surprisingly Fun

Hollywood tentpole filmmaking is a cynical business. This summer alone, we’ve got multiple sequels, a three-quel, a four-quel, two five-quels, two reboots, and two sequels to reboots. One of those reboots is Godzilla, Gareth Edwards’ new take on the classic Japanese monster, one that’s already been through multiple incarnations, from the original Toho Studios series to attempted re-launches in 1984, 1998, 1999, and 2004. In other words, Godzilla is basically Product, reanimated and trotted out again every few years to see if this one takes, and it’s understandable for the viewer to approach it with some wariness. But shockingly enough, considering its worn-out pedigree, Godzilla doesn’t feel cynical; there’s a sense of joy to the picture, of honest-to-God fun, which separates it from many of its summer movie brethren. … Read More

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