‘Breaking Bad’ stars stir N.J. liquor store into fan frenzy
But that didn’t stop hundreds of people from lining up anyway, forming a snaking line through the Bergen County Bottle King parking lot, in hopes of meeting the “Breaking Bad” stars. He and a small group of “Breaking Bad” fanatics spent the night in the parking lot, and it started out okay. “While the rest of you were in your nice, cozy beds, they were sleeping in a parking lot!” Cranston exclaimed. “Breaking Bad” fans were undeterred by lines that stretched so long Glen Rock police had to block entrances to the parking lot. Bottle King brought in a portable toilet and even a waffle truck to serve breakfast.mlive.com
‘Exploitative And Misogynistic’: Protesters Greet Return Of 26-Foot Marilyn Monroe Statue In Palm Springs
The 26-foot “Forever Marilyn” statue was unveiled Sunday night with a ceremony. The statue designed by the late artist Seward Johnson depicts Monroe in her iconic scene from the 1955 romantic comedy, “The Seven Year Itch.”detroit.cbslocal.com
'Godzilla vs. Kong'; A heavyweight bout with a light touch
Two years ago, “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” sounded alarms about climate change. But don’t fret about finding a message amid the mayhem as the towering radioactive lizard clashes with that instantly-recognizable giant ape in "Godzilla vs. Kong," debuting Wednesday. "It’s about two big guys bashing each other around," laughed actor Rebecca Hall, who plays a researcher studying King Kong. No matter the scene, the actors always knew who was filling the top spots on call sheets during production — Godzilla and King Kong. And his take on it was, well, if you’re going to go big, go really big.
Ford Motor and Bryan Cranston urge Americans to 'finish strong' and follow Covid precautions
In a new ad campaign using actor Bryan Cranston, Ford Motor is urging Americans to adhere to Covid-19 protocols to save lives in the next period of the pandemic. The spots will launch during college football bowl games on ABC and ESPN and NFL games on Fox in early January. The ad, which features scenes of front-line workers and those affected by Covid, aims to strike a unifying tone. "We know Americans don't want to necessarily be preached to, and they don't want to hear scare tactics," Truby said. The company worked with ad agency Wieden + Kennedy and Civic Entertainment Group on the spot.cnbc.com
Bryan Cranston stars in ‘Your Honor’ | How to watch, live stream, TV channel, time
Bryan Cranston stars in Showtime’s limited series Your Honor premiering tonight, Dec. 6, at 10 p.m. ET/PT. You can also watch it on FuboTV (free trial) and Hulu + Live (free trial). Cranston stars as Michael Desiato, a respected New Orleans judge, in this 10-episode legal thriller. You can watch it if you have FuboTV, and add on Showtime to your existing plan for an extra $10.99/month. You can also add Showtime to your Hulu + Live plan for $10.99/month.mlive.com
Bryan Cranston recovers from COVID-19, donates plasma
LOS ANGELES Actor Bryan Cranston said he contracted and recovered from COVID-19 and has donated his plasma because it contains antibodies. The actor best known for playing Walter White on AMC's "Breaking Bad" made the announcement in a video posted to Instagram on Thursday. Cranston, 64, did not say exactly when he got infected with the new coronavirus, but indicated that it was quite early on in the pandemic. Cranston recorded himself inside UCLA Blood & Platelet Center in Los Angeles making the plasma donation. Cranston urged his followers to wear a mask, wash their hands and practice social distancing.
`This Is Us' stars Moore, Hartley co-host Red Nose special
LOS ANGELES This Is Us stars Mandy Moore and Justin Hartley will co-host NBC's Red Nose Day special to raise money and awareness for children in need. Funds raised by this years Red Nose campaign will be directed to help combat the effect of COVID-19 on youngsters and the organizations that aid them. In the pandemic, some of the most vulnerable parts of our population are obviously going to be children, Moore said. Instead, they're part of NosesOn.com, a website to make donations and get a digital Red Nose to share on social media, NBC said. Red Nose Day has raised $200 million annually for programs including Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Children's Health Fund and Feeding America.
Kevin Hart is getting love from Hollywood
CNN Video(CNN) - Hollywood is rallying around Kevin Hart as he recovers from a car accident this weekend. Hart and the driver, Jared Black, sustained back injuries and were transported to nearby hospitals for treatment. "Stop messing with my emotions brother @kevinhart4real," Johnson wrote in caption of a photo of the two of them in a scene from "Jumanji." "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston joined several other stars, including Arsenio Hall and Marlon Wayans who also wished Hart well. Let's all send him positive energy and healing thoughts," Cranston wrote on his official Instagram account.
'Breaking Bad' movie will be released in October
BREAKING BAD (2008 - 13) Producer/director Vince Gilligan and actors Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Betsy Brandt, R.J. Mitte, and Bob Odenkirk speak onstage during the 'Breaking Bad' panel discussion at the AMC portion of the 2013(CNN) - After months of swirling rumors and teases for a "Breaking Bad" movie, Netflix released the film's trailer Saturday. "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" will be available on the streaming service October 11. The sequel will pick up shortly after the series finale, which aired six years ago on AMC, and it should answer the cliffhanger "What happened to Jesse Pinkman?" Series creator Vince Gilligan wrote and directed the movie. As the trailer ends, he says, "No way I'm helping you people put Jesse Pinkman back inside a cage."
'Breaking Bad' movie may be here sooner than we thought
Fans got so excited when it was revealed there was a "Breaking Bad" movie in the works, and it looks like it could be coming a lot sooner than we thought. Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, aka Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, recently shared a photo on Instagram and it looks a little suspicious. Related: A "Breaking Bad" movie is in the worksOnly a week ago, Cranston and Paul each shared a photo of two mules with the caption "Soon," so it's safe to say this movie is in full throttle. The question on everyone's mind is how Walter White will be involved in the movie. Of course, there are plenty of fan theories lurking on the internet that Walter White really isn't a dead, and hey, maybe they're true.
"Breaking Bad" stars team with Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Emmy parody
"Breaking Bad" stars team with Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Emmy parody Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, the stars of the hit series "Breaking Bad," joined "Veep" leading lady Julia Louis-Dreyfus in a pawnshop parody, lampooning the Emmy awards. The sketch was produced by Audi.cbsnews.com
In search of the real Lyndon Baines Johnson
In search of the real Lyndon Baines Johnson One of our most dynamic, powerful and controversial presidents, Lyndon Baines Johnson is on view in a new Broadway play, “All the Way.” David Martin sits down with star Bryan Cranston to talk about his transforming role as LBJ, and the larger-than-life man from Texas.cbsnews.com