‘Malcolm in the Middle’ star Frankie Muniz reveals why he briefly left Hollywood: 'People go down a bad path’
Former child star Frankie Muniz played Malcolm in the hit sitcom “Malcolm in the Middle,” which aired from 2000 until 2006. The series, which won seven Emmys, starred Bryan Cranston.foxnews.com
Ouch! Actor Cranston hit by liner at All-Star celeb softball
Bryan Cranston was hoping to get a hit in the All-Star Celebrity Softball game at Dodger Stadium. Instead, the “Breaking Bad” actor got hit. Cranston was struck in the right shoulder by a line drive off the bat of Grammy Award winner Anthony Ramos as they took batting practice in side-by-side makeshift cages outside the ballpark Saturday night.news.yahoo.com
'Godzilla vs. Kong'; A heavyweight bout with a light touch
Two years ago, “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” sounded alarms about climate change. But don’t fret about finding a message amid the mayhem as the towering radioactive lizard clashes with that instantly-recognizable giant ape in "Godzilla vs. Kong," debuting Wednesday. "It’s about two big guys bashing each other around," laughed actor Rebecca Hall, who plays a researcher studying King Kong. No matter the scene, the actors always knew who was filling the top spots on call sheets during production — Godzilla and King Kong. And his take on it was, well, if you’re going to go big, go really big.
Ford Motor and Bryan Cranston urge Americans to 'finish strong' and follow Covid precautions
In a new ad campaign using actor Bryan Cranston, Ford Motor is urging Americans to adhere to Covid-19 protocols to save lives in the next period of the pandemic. The spots will launch during college football bowl games on ABC and ESPN and NFL games on Fox in early January. The ad, which features scenes of front-line workers and those affected by Covid, aims to strike a unifying tone. "We know Americans don't want to necessarily be preached to, and they don't want to hear scare tactics," Truby said. The company worked with ad agency Wieden + Kennedy and Civic Entertainment Group on the spot.cnbc.com
`This Is Us' stars Moore, Hartley co-host Red Nose special
LOS ANGELES This Is Us stars Mandy Moore and Justin Hartley will co-host NBC's Red Nose Day special to raise money and awareness for children in need. Funds raised by this years Red Nose campaign will be directed to help combat the effect of COVID-19 on youngsters and the organizations that aid them. In the pandemic, some of the most vulnerable parts of our population are obviously going to be children, Moore said. Instead, they're part of NosesOn.com, a website to make donations and get a digital Red Nose to share on social media, NBC said. Red Nose Day has raised $200 million annually for programs including Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Children's Health Fund and Feeding America.
Jamie Foxx tricks pre-Super Bowl gala crowd with 'Beyoncé'
(Photo by Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP)MIAMI BEACH, Fla. – Jamie Foxx tricked an A-list crowd at a pre-Super Bowl show Saturday, telling them Beyoncé was about to perform. 2001 Super Bowl MVP and Hall of Famer Ray Lewis honored fellow Hall of Famer Jim Brown with a philanthropic award. Foxx was playful all night, salsa dancing with the crowd, practicing his Spanish and telling everyone to get close because he smelled especially good that evening. “We want the original Whitney," he said, before getting the audience to chant her name. The event raised money for several charities, auctioning off sports memorabilia, last-minute Super Bowl tickets and a retreat on a private island in Belize.
Robert Forster, Star of 'Jackie Brown' and 'Breaking Bad,' Dead at 78
Oscar-nominee Robert Forster died in Los Angeles on Friday of brain cancer, according to the Hollywood Reporter. He was nominated for an Academy Award for his role as Max Cherry in Quentin Tarantino's 1997 film, Jackie Brown. Forster's last movie was a reprisal of hisBreaking Bad character, Ed, in El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, which was released on Netflix the same day as his death. "I'm saddened today by the news that Robert Forster has passed away," he wrote. Im saddened today by the news that Robert Forster has passed away.
'Breaking Bad' Refresher: Everything You Need to Know Before 'El Camino'
However, with the help of Walt, Jesse is able to escape, crying tears of joy while tearing out of the compound in a stolen El Camino. Viewers last see Walt's son walking back to Skyler's new apartment in the series finale. El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie will stream on Netflix on Oct. 11, and screen in select theaters during a three-day run. RELATED CONTENT:Aaron Paul Returns as Jesse Pinkman in 'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' Trailer -- Watch! 'Breaking Bad' Movie: Jesse Pinkman Is Interrogated in Nostalgic Teaser for Netflix's Followup'Breaking Bad' Movie With Aaron Paul Is Coming to Netflix -- Watch the First Teaser!
Aaron Paul Returns as Jesse Pinkman in 'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' Trailer -- Watch!
We finally have a better idea of what Vince Gilligan has cooked up for his Breaking Bad follow-up, now that Netflix has released a new trailer for the Jesse Pinkman-centric film, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. Breaking Bad ended with Walter White (Bryan Cranston) dying on the floor of a meth lab and Jesse speeding away from the neo-Nazi compound where he was being held captive. Considering Paul won two Supporting Actor Emmys during the show's run, it's only fitting that this El Camino trailer debuted during Sunday's Emmy Awards. ET recently asked Cranston about how Walter White might somehow appear in the Breaking Bad movie, and he teased that he "could be [in] a flashback or a flash-forward," before disclaiming: "I'm still dead." El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie will stream on Netflix on Oct. 11, and screen in select theaters during a three-day run.
Kevin Hart is getting love from Hollywood
CNN Video(CNN) - Hollywood is rallying around Kevin Hart as he recovers from a car accident this weekend. Hart and the driver, Jared Black, sustained back injuries and were transported to nearby hospitals for treatment. "Stop messing with my emotions brother @kevinhart4real," Johnson wrote in caption of a photo of the two of them in a scene from "Jumanji." "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston joined several other stars, including Arsenio Hall and Marlon Wayans who also wished Hart well. Let's all send him positive energy and healing thoughts," Cranston wrote on his official Instagram account.
'Breaking Bad' movie will be released in October
BREAKING BAD (2008 - 13) Producer/director Vince Gilligan and actors Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Betsy Brandt, R.J. Mitte, and Bob Odenkirk speak onstage during the 'Breaking Bad' panel discussion at the AMC portion of the 2013(CNN) - After months of swirling rumors and teases for a "Breaking Bad" movie, Netflix released the film's trailer Saturday. "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie" will be available on the streaming service October 11. The sequel will pick up shortly after the series finale, which aired six years ago on AMC, and it should answer the cliffhanger "What happened to Jesse Pinkman?" Series creator Vince Gilligan wrote and directed the movie. As the trailer ends, he says, "No way I'm helping you people put Jesse Pinkman back inside a cage."
'Breaking Bad' Movie With Aaron Paul Is Coming to Netflix -- Watch the First Teaser!
It's official: A Breaking Bad movie is on its way! After much speculation, Netflix announced on Saturday that it would be releasing El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, returning star Aaron Paul as Jesse Pinkman. The film is written and directed by Vince Gilligan, the creator of Breaking Bad. El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie will stream globally on Friday, Oct. 11. RELATED CONTENT:'Breaking Bad' Fans Are Disappointed Over Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston's AnnouncementBryan Cranston Teases 'Breaking Bad' Movie and Whether He'd Ever Do a Musical (Exclusive)'Breaking Bad' Movie: Everything to Know About the Reported Sequel
'Breaking Bad' Fans Are Disappointed Over Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston's Announcemen
At the end of June, Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston caused quite a stir among diehard fans of Breaking Bad when both posted a black-and-white photo of two donkeys along with the teasing caption, "Soon." Naturally, all these teases had fans buzzing about the reported Breaking Bad movie possibly releasing a trailer, or some other exciting film or TV project pairing Cranston and Paul. We had the time of our lives while shooting Breaking Bad and truly built a very special bond. "Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston have sold us all a pack of lies and named it Dos Hombres," yet another fan wrote. "Im mad, but Ill complain about while drinking Dos Hombres," a Breaking Bad fan shared.
'Breaking Bad' movie may be here sooner than we thought
Fans got so excited when it was revealed there was a "Breaking Bad" movie in the works, and it looks like it could be coming a lot sooner than we thought. Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, aka Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, recently shared a photo on Instagram and it looks a little suspicious. Related: A "Breaking Bad" movie is in the worksOnly a week ago, Cranston and Paul each shared a photo of two mules with the caption "Soon," so it's safe to say this movie is in full throttle. The question on everyone's mind is how Walter White will be involved in the movie. Of course, there are plenty of fan theories lurking on the internet that Walter White really isn't a dead, and hey, maybe they're true.
"Breaking Bad" stars team with Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Emmy parody
"Breaking Bad" stars team with Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Emmy parody Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, the stars of the hit series "Breaking Bad," joined "Veep" leading lady Julia Louis-Dreyfus in a pawnshop parody, lampooning the Emmy awards. The sketch was produced by Audi.cbsnews.com
In search of the real Lyndon Baines Johnson
In search of the real Lyndon Baines Johnson One of our most dynamic, powerful and controversial presidents, Lyndon Baines Johnson is on view in a new Broadway play, “All the Way.” David Martin sits down with star Bryan Cranston to talk about his transforming role as LBJ, and the larger-than-life man from Texas.cbsnews.com