The “Saturday Night Live” premiere was supposed to be host Tina Fey’s night, but “Breaking Bad” star Aaron Paul ended up stealing the spotlight in the opening skit.
“SNL’s” cold open kicked off with President Obama (Jay Pharoah) holding a press conference for Obamacare. Teasing the “Bad” series finale on Sunday, Paul appeared in character at the conference as “Jesse from New Mexico.”
If the “Breaking Bad” mid-season premiere was any indication, the series is going to go out with a bang.final eight episodes, called "Blood Money," included another flash forward. This time Walter White (Bryan Cranston), chemistry teacher turned meth kingpin, comes home to an abandoned house. Sporting a full head of hair, he walks through the dilapidated home he used to share with his wife and kids and heads to a bedroom, in search of a certain ricin pill.
“Breaking Bad” star Aaron Paul, who picked up the Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series on Sunday, talked with “Extra’s” Maria Menounos about a possible “Breaking Bad” movie after the final season next year.
Paul laughed, “There's been talks about a possible movie… they're just toying with our emotions. I really can’t see it going past the show, but it’s going to end the way it should end. They're not stretching it out.
Aaron Paul is engaged to his activist girlfriend of nearly a year, Lauren Parsekian. The "Breaking Bad" actor popped the question in Paris on New Year's Eve, and according to a source, the ring is "huge and gorgeous."
The happy couple shared a photo of themselves in a loving gaze, with a bottle of champagne, while holding a sign that says, "bride and groom to be."
Fans of the AMC show "Breaking Bad" saw a gruesome end to one of the main characters when Season 4 ended Sunday night.
Actress Charlize Theron joined Bethesda Softworks in L.A.'s Chinatown last Friday to host the official launch party for "Rage," a new video game.
The night's festivities also featured a performance by The Black Keys and spinning from DJ Momjeans and Zen Freeman. Other celeb attendees included Snoop Dogg, Chris Evans, Stacy Keibler, Joe Manganiello, Aaron Paul, Dane Cook, Jaime Pressly, Chris Pine and John Krasinski.
Thirteen long months after its last cliffhanger, Vince Gilligan's season four of "Breaking Bad" is finally here!
Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) are back to clean up more meth-related disasters, including the murder of a lab technician in the last season. They continue to have more reasons to fear for their lives, as they are now under the control of Albuquerque's most unsuspecting, but dominating criminal -- Gus Fring, played by Giancarlo Esposito.