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'Breaking Bad' Season 5 promo: Walter is a ticking time bomb

AMC hasn't exactly been forthcoming about the upcoming final season of "Breaking Bad." They're keeping details about Season 5 under wraps, so much so that a recently released 30-second promo spot (which even includes some old footage!) is the most revealing source of information. "You're trouble," Mike tells Walter. "You're a time bomb tick-ticking away, and I have no intention of being around for that moment." With the meth market once again open and the competition out of the picture, things have a potential to spin out of control... again.The show returns Sunday, July 15 at 10 p.m. EST. The first eight episodes will run this summer, with the final 8 episodes of the season airing next year. What are you expecting (or hoping) to see before the series finale?... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/06/breaking-bad-season-5-promo-walter-is-a-ticking-time-bomb.html

'Breaking Bad': First Season 5 pics turn Walt upside down

The first photos from Season 5 of "Breaking Bad" have been released, and after the events of last season it seems Walter White doesn't know which way is up.The image up above is from episode two of the new season. Walt (Bryan Cranston) has the bandage off his nose, but it's not completely healed. He's also still doing some kind of chemistry experiment, though with the Superlab blown to even more bits than Gus Fring, his work at this point seems to be on a much smaller scale.AMC has also released a single image from the July 15 season premiere, showing Walt and Jesse (Aaron Paul) standing in a wide-open space (surveying the lab's ruins, maybe?). Take a look:Jesse doesn't yet know what Walt did to Brock, obviously, so we're guessing this scene will be much more cordial than ones later in the season.A new promo for "Breaking Bad" also hit the web Sunday night... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/06/breaking-bad-first-season-5-pics-turn-walt-upside-down.html

'Breaking Bad' Drug Making Scenes Shot Out Of Sequence To Perplex Wannabe Dealers

The directors of cult TV drama Breaking Bad shoot scenes of methamphetamine production out of sequence to stop wannabe drug dealers from using episodes as a 'how-to' guide. In the show Bryan Cran... //www.starpulse.com/news/index.php/2012/06/14/breaking_bad_drug_making_scenes_shot_o

Breaking Bad Season 5 Spoiler: New Characters May Be Friends or Foes

With Breaking Bad Season 5 only a tad over a month away, we're eager for more details about the season. Fortunately, E! recently dished some deets about some more new characters we'll meet. Read spoilers at your own risk! For more on Wetpaint Entertainment's philosophy on spoilers, click here. According to E!, we'll be introduced to Curtis and Geoff, a pair of white gangsters, in the summer finale (Season 5, Episode 8). They aren't one-offs, though — they'll return in the final eight... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/1_2PckpnQoI/breaking-bad-season-5-spoiler-new-characters-may-be-friends-or-foes

'Breaking Bad's' Bryan Cranston: Anyone could be a Walter White

With the final season of AMC's "Breaking Bad" kicking off in July, fans are braced for what could be the beginning of the end for Walter White, the chemistry teacher-turned-drug kingpin whose descent into darkness was solidified at the close of last year's season finale. From frightened cancer victim to unstoppable super-villian, Bryan Cranston has followed his role to dark places viewers never predicted, yet the actor says even he can relate to the guy."What I've learned from this role is that even the meekest, most unassuming person, it's possible to have that person change into a desperate, horrific human being," Cranston tells Zap2It on Sunday (June 10) at the Actors Fund 16th Annual Tony Awards Viewing Party in Hollywood. "With the right set of conditions, anyone can change.""If I said to you 'Let me punch you in the face,' you'd say, 'That's ridiculous, of course not,'" he continues. "Let me make it this way,... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/06/breaking-bads-bryan-cranston-anyone-could-be-a-walter-white.html

First Promo for 'Breaking Bad' Season 5: It's Not Done Yet

Saul wants to cut ties with Walter, but the meth manufacturer won't let the lawyer walk away that easily. //www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00051322.html

Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul Promises That Season 5 Is the “Dirtiest One Yet” (VIDEO)

If there were a Critics Choice Award for Sexiest Male Voice on a Drama Series, the honor would have to go to Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul. We would gladly listen to him read the phone book. So color us delighted when we saw him chatting with Conan O’Brien last night (June 4) about the upcoming final season of the show. In telltale form, Aaron couldn’t reveal much about the notoriously secretive show, but he did promise that Season 5 is "the dirtiest one yet. It’s... //feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/c9KxfH03rus/breaking-bads-aaron-paul-promises-that-season-5-is-the-dirtiest-one-yet-video

All Hail The King: ‘Breaking Bad’ Season 5 Poster Revealed

It’s not exactly  Joffrey in Westeros, but AMC is trotting out their own  king. With his chief rival defeated, it seems that Walter White has indeed become the tenuous king of an empire. It’s this idea that shines through in the first piece of art promoting the fifth (and final, kind of) season of  Breaking Bad . Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/06/05/all-hail-the-king-breaking-bad-season-5-poster-revealed/  

Breaking Bad Exclusive: How'd They Pull Off That Scene?

Breaking Bad 's Season 4 finale literally went out with a bang, but achieving the climactic moment was no small feat. "This explosion was a marriage of many different areas of expertise, both in physical special effects and in makeup and in digital visual effects," creator Vince Gilligan says in the exclusive video clip from the Season 4 DVD and Blu-ray box set below. "Just the sheer work that goes into this is just astounding." The explosion to which he's referring, of course, was...  //www.tvguide.com/News/Breaking-Bad-Finale-Explosion-DVD-Clip-1048405.aspx?rss=breakingnews

Jesse Plemons Cast on Breaking Bad Season 5

Two of the best shows in the history of the universe are about to collide. As first reported by Michael Ausiello, Jesse Plemons (Landry on Friday Night Lights ) has landed a recurring role on season five of Breaking Bad . The beloved actor will portray Todd, described as a "working-class guy" who somehow gets involved - we presume - in Walt and Jesse's plotting, scheming and drug-running. Breaking Bad will air eight episodes this summer and then wrap up its incredible run with eight more episodes the following summer. //www.tvfanatic.com/2012/05/jesse-plemons-cast-on-breaking-bad-season-5/