We all saw Walter White die in the series finale of “Breaking Bad”… or did we?Bryan Cranston teases fans in a new interview, pointing out that, yes, there is a chance that the schoolteacher-turned-meth dealer could still be alive.
The “Breaking Bad” finale is all anyone can talk about these days, so “Extra” compiled the best features from around the web to keep you going through Sunday night. Check these out:
Five Burning Questions for the "Breaking Bad" Series Finale: Extra
One Big "Breaking Bad" A** Post: TMZ
Theories on How "Breaking Bad" Will End: CNN
"Breaking Bad’s” Eight Perfect Moments: Forbes
The Ultimate "Breaking Bad" Party Food: Wired
"Breaking Bad": I Want Walter White to Survive the Finale: Time
Say goodbye to Walter White and the gang Sunday night at 9 PM on AMC.
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.
Walter White (Bryan Cranston) and friends return to AMC Sunday night and we have plenty of burning questions for the final eight episodes of “Breaking Bad.”
What did the flash forward mean?
A flash-forward at the start of the season showed Walt celebrating his 52nd birthday solo at a diner… with a full head of hair! He was carrying a New Hampshire license, driving a mysterious car and packing some serious heat. Is he in hiding? On the run? What does it mean?
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