Breaking Bad Premiere: 5 Things Seen And Heard On the Red Carpet

Breaking Bad

Stars from the Emmy Award-winning AMC series Breaking Bad came out to the Chinese 6 Theatres in Hollywood on June 28, for the highly anticipated premiere of the fourth season. Breaking Bad will debut on Sunday, July 17 at 10pm ET/PT.

Cranston's secret is out
Actor Bryan Cranston, who plays the lead role in the series, revealed what initially drew him to the script: "This is an amazing piece of writing, it’s always the writing. Every good work comes out of great writing and this man here,Vince Gilligan, wrote a beautiful haunting pilot that I started to read, fully intending to read like 10 pages, but after the first page I was zipping through like a hungry lion..." He also let The Hollywood Reporter in on his secret to playing the edgy role of a Chemistry teacher-turned-meth manufacture; "I don’t read the scripts too far in advance. I read each script as they come in, one week before we start shooting. This man is on a journey that he doesn’t even know if he’s going to survive the next hour, let alone the next day or week or month, so it doesn’t help me as an actor to know too far down the line. When I get them [the scripts], they’re like opening a present. I can use self-restraint and not get to it right away, you know, patience." Channeling another famed drug dealer, Cranston did one heck of an impeccable Tony Montana impression on the red carpet. Read More...


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