'Breaking Bad': Bryan Cranston offers cryptic hints about the ending at premiere

Get ready for a major spoiler about the ending of "Breaking Bad" from series star Bryan Cranston.Here goes."I thought the final episode where Jesse Pinkman [Aaron Paul] gets a sex-change operation was poignant, important to the show. It seems to come out of left field, but not really," Cranston told Zap2it Wednesday (July 24) on the black (not red) carpet for the show's Season 5b premiere. So, OK, that's probably not what happens. Cranston does say, though, that the way the series ends is "very appropriate.""It really is. You watch this -- there's no apologies," he says. "[Creator] Vince [Gilligan] was able to write to the ending that he wanted, and we're very pleased with that."Just what "appropriate" means in the context of "Breaking Bad" is wide open to interpretation. Cranston isn't alone in offering up that assessment of the series finale, though. "It is an amazing ending. It is an amazing, amazing play-out," says...



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