Breaking Bad

Bob Odenkirk Acts Out as Saul in New ‘Better Call Saul’ 30-Sec Spot (Watch!)

Bob Odenkirk shows what it’s like to be operating at the low-end of the legal spectrum in a new 30-second spot for his upcoming AMC series “Better Call Saul.” It ain’t easy being an ambulance chaser. The highly anticipated series, which is a spin-off from AMC’s ground-breaking series “Breaking Bad,” will premiere in February. Jonathan Banks is reprise his “Breaking Bad “role as Mike Ehrmantraut and Michael McKean will play Jimmy’s brother. Patrick Fabian will also appear as Hamlin, along with Rhea Seehorn as Kim and Michael Mando as Nacho....

Bob Odenkirk Wants Your Call in New ‘Better Call Saul’ Video (see!)

Bob Odenkirk, is featured in a new music video promoting his “Breaking Bad” spin-off, “Better Call Saul.” But the booming baritone of country singer Junior Brown is the star of the hilarious clip. The show’s creators, Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, reportedly wrote the words to the song. The tune’s lyrics are totally catchy, and the song has the potential to burn into the brains of viewers like other popular television theme songs. If it becomes the theme song that is....

Bryan Cranston Overacting Shades Even Godzilla in New Trailer (see!)

Bryan Cranston overshadows even Godzilla in a new extended trailer for the new movie intended for overseas audiences. The “Breaking Bad” star lets loose with gut-wrenching screams at two pivotal points in the clip. Cranston plays Joseph “Joe” Brody, a nuclear physicist who works at Janjira nuclear plant which spawns Godzilla because of its radioactive waste. The film also stars a solid cast with Aaron Taylor-Johnson playing Lt. Ford Brody, Elizabeth Olsen as Elle Brody, Ford’s wife, Juliette Binoche as Sandra Brody, Ford’s mother, and Ken Watanabe as Dr. Serizawa....

Breaking Bad’s Season Finale Teased in New Trailer (watch!)

Walter White is finding out the hard way that things can’t end well when you’re one of the baddest producers of methamphetamine in the southwestern United States. It all comes to an end next Sunday. Here’s a new trailer previewing the finale. Although crime shows are nothing new, “Breaking Bad,” put a whole new twist on the genre. It’s sort of hard-core “Weeds,” but more like "The “Sopranos” in tone and pacing....