'Breaking Bad' creator Vince Gilligan: Compelling trumps sympathetic in Season 4


Alas, the T-shirt is not for sale."Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan wore the shirt you see in the photo to the show's Season 4 premiere Tuesday (June 28). We want one really badly, but the image of Walter White (Bryan Cranston) in blues and reds over the word "Cook" is just for the people who work on the show. It's inspired by artist Shepard Fairey's "Hope" poster of Barack Obama, and because, as Gilligan puts it, "we kind of liberally borrowed the design," the "Breaking Bad" crew can't market them commercially.That was about the only disappointing thing we heard from Gilligan in Zap2it's time with him on the red carpet Tuesday. We'll have more from Gilligan closer to the show's July 17 premiere, but his answer to one question in particular caught our ear. We asked how he and the show's other writers approach the question of staying true the show's rather dark story while...



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