Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Bryan Cranston talks final 'Breaking Bad' episodes on Colbert

Bryan Cranston stopped by The Colbert Report last night to chat about "Breaking Bad" coming to an end in the up-coming half of the final season.

Bryan Cranston talks final ‘Breaking Bad’ episodes on Colbert


Bryan Cranston stopped by The Colbert Report last night to chat about Breaking Bad coming to an end in the upcoming half of the final season.

Cranston, who plays the lovable yet, menacing character of Walter White, joked about Jesse Pinkman, played by Aaron Paul, getting a sex change and his love affair with wearing whitey tighties in his most memorable scenes–including his character Hal from Malcom in the Middle. He also revealed that he was a voice actor on the Power Rangers television series.

On a serious note, Cranston was candid about the show’s ending saying, “the ending is actually very satisfying to Breaking Bad fans. It’s unapologetic; it’s very Breaking Bad. We hug, we kiss, we forgive each other, we sing ‘Kumbaya.’”

The cast and crew of Breaking Bad also left the show’s filming location of Albuquerque, New Mexico with some large thank you notes. With the premiere of the final episodes nearing, the AMC show purchased billboard ads throughout the city that read, “Thanks Albuquerque. We had great chemistry.”

The final episodes of Breaking Bad will premiere on Sunday, August 11 at 9/8 C. Visit the show's website for more details.

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