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Rumours are buzzing about an upcoming film adaptation of Breaking Bad.

Returning to their iconic Albuquerque location, the film's crew is going back to where it all started.

While details of the full cast have yet to be released, we now know we can count on Aaron Paul's return as Jesse Pinkman.


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According to Slashfilmthe movie will be a sequel to the beloved series, picking up where the dramatic finale left off.

The film will be written and produced by the original series creator Vince Gilligan, guaranteeing a continuation of the quality script we fell in love with.

The New Mexico Film Office issued a press release about a movie called Greenbrier, which is said to be the Breaking Bad film, according to The Albuquerque Journal.

The release vaguely describes the film, saying it “tracks the escape of a kidnapped man and his quest for freedom”.


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So, we can assume that this kidnapped man will be Jesse and the plot will follow his escape from Albuquerque following the bloody finale.

The film is looking promising so far and we can’t wait to find out more details. 

The drama had its finale in 2013 and has gathered a massive fan-base since.

So, take a deep breath Breaking Bad fans because our favourite Emmy Award winning actor is returning.

And it's going to be epic.


It's been nearly 50 years since cult leader, Charles Manson, encouraged four of his followers to carry out a slaying which sent shock waves throughout Hollywood in 1969.

And despite the passing of nearly five decades, the brutal slaying of pregnant actress, Sharon Tate, and her three friends at the hands of the deranged cult followers casts a long shadow.

This was intensified this week following the death of Charles Manson at the age of 83 – an event which caused Breaking Bad actor, Bryan Cranston, to reflect on an unsettling moment in his childhood.

Taking to Twitter and Facebook, the star told followers that Manson's passing brought to mind an encounter he had with him as a child.

"Hearing Charles Manson is dead, I shuddered. I was within his grasp just one year before he committed brutal murder in 1969," Bryan wrote in a post which has amassed 29,000 likes in mere hours.

"Luck was with me when a cousin and I went horseback riding at the Span Ranch, and saw the little man with crazy eyes whom the other hippies called Charlie."

Bryan's post has ignited considerable interest among his fans and followers, with one writing: "I can’t believe we have something so strange in common. My dad and I rode by Charlie too. I herded horses with Shorty Shea, who they killed later. Still gives me the creeps."

Bryan discusses the encounter in more detail on the Nerdist podcast, for anyone who feels like giving themselves a serious dose of the heebie-jeebies.


If there's one place guests are guaranteed to open up when appearing on British TV, it's Graham Norton's sofa.

And last night was no different.

Joining Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman and Matt Lucas on set, Bryan Cranston regaled the audience and his fellow guests with a story so bombastic, even Colin Farrell appeared enthralled.

We don't want to spoil it for you, but it involves the glorious Bryan, his wife Robin, their honeymoon and one very awkward sexcapade.

Take a look at this….



Frankie Muniz shot to fame in 2000 after landing his breakout role on the cult sitcom, Malcolm in the Middle.

Running for seven series, the show ceased production in 2006, and while filming would have taken up a huge chunk of Frankie's teenage years, the star recently revealed that he can hardly remember his time spent on set.

Currently competing in the US television show, Dancing with the Stars, the actor made the admission during a pre-performance VT, explaining how numerous concussions and several mini-strokes have caused his memories to become blurred.

“Most people would think that my most memorable year would be the year that Malcolm in the Middle started because it allowed me to live all these dreams of mine,” he said.

“I’ve gotten to really do anything I’ve wanted to do, but the truth is I don’t really remember much of that.

Frankie's Malcolm in the Middle co-star, Bryan Cranston, also appeared in the short clip with some heartwarming words of wisdom:

“Frankie was a TV star, then he became a race car driver, and then a drummer in a rock band. I said to him, ‘What are you going to be next, an astronaut?'"

"I told him not to worry about what you remember, what you don't remember. They are still your experiences."

"It'll be my job. I will tell him," he added. 

Frankie is a fan favourite on this season of Dancing with the Stars, and he and his professional partner, Whitney Carson, have been impressing judges week on week.


Bryan Cranston has sent Breaking Bad fans into a frenzy after he teased the possible return of his character, Walter White, in Better Call Saul.

The prequel spin-off recently saw the return of Gus Fring, played by Giancarlo Esposito and it seems almost inevitable that a pre-Heisenberg Walter White would make an appearance.

Speaking to Metro.co.uk while promoting his new movie, Wakefield, the actor admitted he would love to reprise the dynamic role.

“No I absolutely would. With Better Call Saul out there now I get the question a lot – would I come back on Better Call Saul?”

“Would I do it? And the answer is yes. And the reason I would do it is because I’d do anything that Vince Gilligan asked me to do. 'Wash my car?' You bet.”

“So there’s a possibility I could be on Better Call Saul as Walter White at some point. That would be fun. I don’t know when or if that’ll come to be.”

However, we shouldn't get our hopes up too high just yet – though we're keeping out fingers crossed. 

When asked whether or not he had been involved in any talk to appear in the show, Bryan replied: “Not yet.”

What's more, the star also said he would love to return as Hal in a Malcolm In The Middle revival.

“But it’s the same thing with Hal on Malcolm In The Middle," he added. "I truly loved that experience and the people involved and there might be a possibility that something could develop along those lines too.”

Sounds promising right?

For now though, you can catch Bryan Cranston's latest film Wakefield, which will be available on digital platforms on July 28.



We're all basically hoping that Better Call Saul just turns into Breaking Bad.

As great as Saul Goodman is, there's a Walter White-shaped hole in our hearts that will never, ever be filled.

And the TV show really got us going today, thinking that Mr White was making a comeback.

AMC released a behind the scenes video earlier to promote season 3 of Better Call Saul, and who popped up in it? Yep, Bryan Cranston.

Many publications teased his comeback, but sadly the Malcolm in the Middle alum was just visiting the set while on a book tour.

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However, Bryan will play a geriatric patient which he joked will be difficult to spot in the upcoming season.

We'll get Walter White back someday ladies, someday…

Better Call Saul will be making a comeback on April 10.

Oh, and while we have you; don't forget to have your say in the inaugural SHEmazing Awards this May! It's time to vote, and you can do it right here!


It may have been lurking on YouTube for the best part of a decade, but we have Giuliana Rancic to thank for bringing this cracker of a Bryan Cranston commercial to the attention of the wider world last night.

While shooting the breeze with Screen Actor's Guild Award attendees, the E! host spotted the Breaking Bad star, and decided to use the opportunity to remind the actor that no matter how far you come in the industry, you're only one YouTube upload away from total mortification.

After being reminded that he starred in a particularly cheesy ad for Carnation Coffee Mate back in 1988, Bryan assured Giuliana that his appearance quickly became part of family folklore.

"My mother could never remember if it was Coffee-mate or Cremora," he said. "And she would say, ‘I love that Cream-mate creamer! I use that in my coffee all the time.’"

Unsurprisingly, members of the public, who happened upon the ad before Giuliana's big reveal last night, wasted no time referencing the star's biggest work as Walter White in Breaking Bad.

"I am the one who brews!" wrote one while another added: "I don't make the coffee. I AM THE COFFEE!"

We'll let Bryan take it from here…




As you probably know were big fans of Bryan Cranston here in Shemazing! HQ, and we basically love everything he does.

Whether it's a TV show, a movie or even leaving little notes in airports for his fans, it's seems like he can do no wrong.

And wait until you listen to him reading Shout Out To My Ex, Walter White shtyle.

Bryan was being interviewed by BBC Radio One during the week and they asked him to read out the lyrics to the Little Mix hit.

We have to say, he totally killed it. And of course, his fans loved it too:



Graham Norton's Friday night show is always guaranteed to give us some laughs, but we especially can't wait until tonight's episode.

Joining Graham on the couch will be Sherlock star (and classified hottie) Benedict Cumberbatch who will be there to promote his new flick Dr Strange.

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Next up will be Bryan Cranston, who'll be chatting all about his new autobiography, which already sounds amazing.

Eddie Redmayne and LeAnn Rimes will also be sitting down the lads to talk about their various upcoming projects.

We can already see this show being an absolute belter.


We've been a fan of Bryan Cranston since his Malcolm in the Middle days, so it's safe to say if we came across this in the airport, we'd legit go crazy.

Makenna Enfinger was waiting for a flight in Love Field Airport in the US and was browsing in the Duty Free.

She came across Bryan's new autobiography with a note saying "Open Me" on the front cover. Makenna then found a message from Bryan himself.

It read: "Hi. Hey, thanks for taking a gander at my book. Take this book for yourself FREE! Really. I just bought it – see the receipt.

"I hope you enjoy the read. Have a nice day." Bryan then signed it: "Bryan Cranston, Dallas Airport, Oct 19 2016, 9.45 am."

Imagine picking that up! We have even more love for Bryan now!


When Tom Vaughan-Lawlor first appeared on our screens as Love/Hate baddie Nidge we knew the Dundrum native was something special, and now it seems Oscar nominee Bryan Cranston agrees.

The Breaking Bad lead has described Tom as “dangerously talented” after getting to know the Trinity graduate while working with him on their upcoming movie The Infiltrator.

Brian told The Irish Sun: “Tom was a dream to work with. An absolute dream. Immensely talented, I’d go as far to say, dangerously talented.”

He said: “[Tom’s] sensibilities and his instincts were always on point. He’s chameleonic in his performance.”

“It was a masterclass and he will conquer wherever and whatever he does in the future.”

“And not to mention, [he was] a genuinely lovely warm guy. But that’s what you always get with the Irish.”  Awh Brian, you sure know how to say the right things!

The Infiltrator is based on the true story of a US agent who went undercover to break down Pablo Escobar's famous drug trafficking gang.

The movie is set for released this September.

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While we adored the relationship between Jesse Pinkman and Walter White in Breaking Bad, the dynamic that existed between Walter and Saul Goodman had us totally gripped.

Offering some very welcome comic relief in a show which generally had us gnawing on our nails, Bob Odenkirk's character was destined to have his own spin-off show, and when Better Call Saul hit Netflix, Breaking Bad die-hards were all over it.

And it looks like the show, which has enjoyed two seasons so far, has one pretty famous fan in the form of Bob's former co-star, Bryan Cranston.

Commenting on the possibility he might make a cameo in the show which documents Saul's life and career before crossing path with Walter White, Bryan was all OVER it.

"If they were to call me and say, 'We have this idea, we'd like…' I would say, 'Yes, you don't have to finish the pitch, I'm there. What do you want me to do?"

Acknowledging that his cameo must fit in with the producers' broader vision, Bryan continued: "I'll do whatever they want."

"I know how careful they are and proprietary they are with those characters and storylines, and it wouldn't be something like, 'Oh, isn't that kind of a stunt casting kind of thing?' It would be something kind of unique and obscure and creative, and I'm all in," he said.

The show was renewed for a third season earlier this year, and we can't WAIT for the moment a certain Mr. White pops up!

Preach Walt, preach.