Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad Esurance Super Bowl Commercial: Watch Walter White’s Return!

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Bryan Cranston revived his most beloved/feared character, Walter White of “Breaking Bad,” for an Esurance commercial during Sunday’s Super Bowl. Watch the video here!

Aaron Paul RIPS Toys “R” Us For Pulling Breaking Bad Dolls After Mom’s Petition

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Aaron Paul Breaking Bad Toys R Us

Aaron Paul took to Twitter on Thursday to BLAST Toys “R” Us for pulling “Breaking Bad” toys from the shelves.

As Gossip Cop reported, the children’s toy store came under fire recently for selling figurine versions of Walter White with a fake gun and crystal meth and Paul’s Jesse Pinkman character with a hazmat suit and gas mask.

Since then, Toys “R” Us has said the dolls are going on an “indefinite sabbatical.”

See Paul’s reaction here, and tell us what you think.

Breaking Bad Dolls Sold At Toys “R” Us With Fake Gun And Crystal Meth (VIDEO)

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Breaking Bad Dolls Toys R Us


Toys “R” Us is under fire for selling “Breaking Bad” dolls inspired by the violent, drug-fueled AMC series.

The critically-acclaimed show, which aired it series finale last year, revolved around Bryan Cranston’s chemistry teacher turned meth maker. And that’s exactly what’s available for sale in the children’s toy store — a figurine version of Walter White that comes complete with a fake gun, fake cash, and a backpack filled with fake crystal meth (see photo left).

Bryan Cranston Skypes With Dying Teenage Breaking Bad Fan (VIDEO)

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Bryan Cranston Dying Fan


Bryan Cranston recently made a special Skype connection with “Breaking Bad” fan Brad Joyner, who is terminally ill with cancer.

The 19-year-old Joyner had been hoping to meet Cranston ever since he received his diagnosis six months ago.

Anna Gunn Confronts Haters of ‘Breaking Bad’ Character: It Got Scary and Personal

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Anna Gunn addresses the hate directed at her “Breaking Bad” character in a new op-ed piece for The New York Times.

On the show, Gunn plays Skyler White, wife of high school teacher turned monstrous meth kingpin Water White. In her essay for The New York Times, the actress details how the professionally rewarding experience of being on the critically acclaimed series has had a dark side — in the form of intense, misogynistic online hate that became personally threatening.

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