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The 'Breaking Bad' star danced on the stage after he channeled his character from the hit series when introducing Above and Beyond's 2013 song 'Walter White'.
The former 'Breaking Bad' actor will serve as producer for a stage show starring Matthew Morrison and Kelsey Grammer.
According to a new report, the script for the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' follow-up mentions a 'Bryan Cranston-like' villain.
The Emmy-winning actor returns as Walter White in the commercial, working at a pharmacy and scares a costumer who wants to pick up a prescription.
The popular expletive-filled adult kids' book is a follow-up to 'Go the F**k to Sleep' which was narrated by Samuel L. Jackson.
'I'm so mad, I'm burning my Florida Mom action figure in protest,' the Emmy-winning actor tweets in response to a Florida mom's outcry over 'Breaking Bad' action figures.
Cranston will play a Customs and Excise Agent who investigates into the corrupt world of bankers and mafias.
The 'Breaking Bad' star could join Matt Damon in Zhang Yimou's next movie about the famous Chinese landmark.
The Emmy-winning actor says he's inspired by Bugs Bunny to put-on a recreation of the entire MLB postseason in the commercial video.
'Sherlock' already nabs three, including two acting prizes for Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, while Jessica Lange and Kathy Bates win for their roles on 'American Horror Story'.
The 'Breaking Bad' alums and Julia Louis-Dreyfus star in a fake reality show where the 'Veep' actress tries to sell her Emmy trophy.
Julianna Margulies, Julia Roberts, Adam Levine and Julia Louis-Dreyfus are among other stars tapped as presenters at the August 25 ceremony.
The Tony Award-winning play has found a network to air its television adaptation of Lyndon B. Johnson's administration.
Executive producer Peter Gould says the 'Breaking Bad' spin-off will feature stories that span several decades, including events before, during and after the Bryan Cranston-starring series.
The Tony-winning play starring the 'Breaking Bad' actor grossed over $1.4 million in a week, more than any new straight play in Broadway history.