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'Breaking Bad' Outtakes Show Amazing Bromance Between Aaron Paul And Bryan Cranston

Mike Wood

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'Breaking Bad' Outtakes Show Amazing Bromance Between Aaron Paul And Bryan Cranston

Breaking Bad is known for having occasional comedic interludes, but is generally pretty dark in tone.


It's almost as if basing a story around the lives of a terminally ill man and his cohort of meth heads might not lead to the most uplifting of subject matter, but what do I know.

While the show itself can often veer into the realm of depressing and dark subject matter, the cast of Breaking Bad seem to have had a great time making the episodes at least - as this hilarious outtake footage video shows.

The show won a million awards over the five seasons and half decade or so that it was on our screens, which is regularly referenced in the outtake reel - with attention drawn on multiple occasions to the 16 Emmys that were won by the show - in particular, the six won for acting by leading man Bryan Cranston.

While Cranston was the undoubted star of Breaking Bad, today is the day to give a little love to Aaron Paul - who celebrates his 39th birthday on 28 August.

Paul was the breakout star of the show, catapulting himself from a bit part star of television and occasionally films to a legitimate Hollywood A-lister - himself winning three Emmys for Best Supporting Actor and being nominated for the same award every year between 2009 and 2014.

Paul and Cranston might have gone from strength to strength since the end of Breaking Bad, but one aspect of the show has gone into a bit of a decline.

An iconic mansion used in the filming - you'll recognise it as the one in which Walter White confronts Gretchen and Elliot Schwartz - has reappeared on the market in Albuquerque, New Mexico, for the princely sum on $2.5 million.

If you're a superfan, this is the place for you to live out your dreams as a secondary character in a classic TV show, pretending that you own a chemical company and imagining that hitmen are going to shoot you with laser pens.

Oh, spoiler alert there. To be honest, if you haven't watched it by now it's unlikely that you are going to, so I don't really care.

(Bruce Willis is a ghost, Romeo dies at the end, Judas betrays Jesus, all of Dallas was a dream, Darth is Luke's father...is there anything else I can ruin?)

Featured Image Credit: AMC

Topics: TV and Film, Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad, US Entertainment

Mike Wood
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