Emmy Magazine talks with Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and more stars of popular AMC drama Breaking Bad, which revolves around chemistry teacher-turned-meth dealer Walter White. They were visiting the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences to tape the Emmys.com webcast "An Evening with Breaking Bad."
By Juliana J. Bolden, Emmys.com
"What if Hal and Lois (of perennial comedy Malcolm in the Middle) entered the world of Walter White in Breaking Bad?" pondered Bryan Cranston, who portrays high school chemistry teacher-turned-hardened meth cooker White on the popular AMC drama and previously starred as "Hal" on Malcolm. The three-time Primetime Emmy® winner's answer may amuse – and scare – you.
Watch Bryan Cranston's interview below. Plus, see what co-star Aaron Paul thinks about the coming end of Breaking Bad, the parallels Anna Gunn sees between Walter and wife Skyler, Giancarlo Esposito's thoughts on how Gustavo Fring might "go," and get some insight heading into the fifth season from Breaking Bad creator himself, Vince Gilligan.
They stopped to chat during a visit to the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in North Hollywood, California, on their way into Goldenson Theatre to tape the "Evening with Breaking Bad" webcast for Emmys.com.
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