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on April 10, 2012 | Comments Off on Aaron Paul Breaking Bad News on ABQ
Pre. S. You want his sh*t? Bid on it b*tch! “Jesse’s” Breaking Bad swag on the auction block, for a good cause here!
In the latest issue of The Weekly Alibi, the entire cast of Breaking Bad was voted BEST OF BURQUE, Community Pick in their annual BOB survey. In the issue (on stands now), Arron Paul recounts his bumpy road to professing love for the Q and NM as a whole:
“Albuquerque is like no other place on this planet. The entire state [of New Mexico] is beautiful and the skies are endless. I gotta be honest, when I first shot the pilot I was thinking to myself, Oh dear God, I don’t know if I’m gonna be able to handle shooting a series out here. Just because I didn’t really see any of Albuquerque – I was just going from the hotel to work, and the hotel I was staying at was in the middle of nowhere, and there was nothing around, nothing for me to do. But once we got picked up, the series, I instantly fell in love with the city.”
Bumpy to start, bumpy to end. The star surely can’t be feeling much love for the city right now just days into the New Mexico shoot of the fifth and final season of the best show on television, as he tweets New Mexico to the world with this bad news…
Paul’s follow-up Tweet here.
Fifty re-tweets and counting…COME ON ABQ!
@cabq what does “The Duke”, AKA Mayor Berry have to say about this???
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on April 10, 2012 | Comments Off on Breaking Bad cast branching out on a screen near you
As we told you here, Breaking Bad creator/mad genius, Vince Gilligan is on for another stint with Breaking Bad parent co., Sony Pictures TV. Cranston is everywhere you look (and it’s still not enough); on the big screen here, here, here and here and behind the camera directing tomorrow night’s episode of ABC’s hit series, Modern Family!
Also tomorrow night on ABC, “Apology Girl” herself, Krysten Ritter heads the new series “Don’t Trust the B— in Apt. 23“.
We were bummed to see that the role of John McLane’s son in the next installment of the Die Hard franchise didn’t go to Aaron Paul, but better still, Paul’s leading man skills are set to shine in “Smashed”.
The gritty, dark-comedy, also called an “adult coming of age” film, premiered at Sundance earlier this year, where the producers were awarded a Special Jury Prize for Excellence in Independent Film Producing.
Worldwide distribution rights for “Smashed” have since been acquired by Sony Pictures Classics for a reported $1M price tag.
Deadline Hollywood reports on the full cast: Mary Elizabeth Winstead (SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD), Emmy Award® winner Aaron Paul (BREAKING BAD), Academy Award® winner Octavia Spencer (THE HELP), Nick Offerman (PARKS & RECREATION), Emmy Award® winner Megan Mullally (WILL & GRACE) and Emmy Award® winner Mary Kay Place (BIG LOVE; MARY HARTMAN, MARY HARTMAN).