Incase any of you are out in NM - casting for extras for the final season is through White Turtle Casting; its non union so the pay is shit, but if you're a fan of the show and looking for easy work; this is it. They are mainly seeking people in the "Young People" category, but I'm sure there is plenty of opportunities if you contact the office respectfully and intelligently. It will probably be a very good season to be apart of the show, no matter how small the job, as its the last season and this show's cast and crew have a very good bond with each other. Most good shows do.
Caught up with everything in two weeks. Can't wait 'til July.
I'ma ball at the mall shuttin' down the sea wall
There's gonna be a Talking Dead-esque show called Talking Bad.
Not sure if Chris Hardwick (unff) will host this one.
Oh yeah, there is one for Breaking Bad too
That's pretty great^
Vince Gillian interview about the end of the series
'Breaking Bad' finale will screen at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
By Patrick Kevin Day - LA Times
July 11, 2013, 4:58 p.m.
The saga of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman will come to a conclusion this fall when AMC airs the finale of "Breaking Bad." But fans in the L.A. area will get an extra special opportunity to bid farewell to New Mexico's most notorious pair of meth dealers with a special screening the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
Series star Aaron Paul, who plays Pinkman, announced on Wednesday that a special screening of the finale episode on Sept. 29 (the same night the episode airs on TV) would take place at the historic cemetery located on Santa Monica Boulevard.
On Twitter he wrote, "Who's coming with me?"
"Breaking Bad" isn't the only thing to screen at the cemetery; in fact, it's become a popular destination for film fans with the Cinespia screening series, which projects films there regularly on weekends.
But though everything from "Scream" to "Caddyshack" screens at the cemetery, one has to wonder if the setting seems to foreshadow a dire end for Walter White (Bryan Cranston) at the end of the series. Obviously, no one is talking on that score.
The final eight episodes of "Breaking Bad" begin Aug. 11, preceded by a marathon of the first eight episodes from the season.
Breaking Bad panel at ComicCon '13.
Originally Posted by stinkbutt
^ Are those your photos? They turned out amazing!
The intro to episode 5.09 was SO GOOD. Seeing it has made the wait for these last 8 episodes much harder, however...
SO. FRICKEN. EXCITED.
I heard they're making a spin off series just about Saul Goodman.
ALSO, there's another series, RECTIFY, by Vince Gilligan; it's supposed to be good. Mom's been recording all the episodes, haha.
Do you guys not have netflix? Everything through season 4 is on there
8/7/16 - Sufjan Stevens @ Hollywood Bowl // 8/8/16 - Radiohead @ Shrine // 8/8/16 - Boris @ Regent
9/14/16 - Wilco @ Theatre at Ace Hotel // 9/18/16 - Kraftwerk @ Hollywood Bowl
judging by the looks from the promotional stills, i think it's going to be an intense last 8 episodes. also, if anybody is interested in recreating them pm me.
So a family friend of mine is one of the Producers for the show. He was over the other day and was gloating on saying how wonderfully done the ending is and said in his opinion it's one of the greatest endings of all time. Naturally he is a producer so he is obviously biased towards it.
He also said that the Walter mask Brian wore at Comic Con was between a 10-15 thousand dollar gimmick. Holy shit.
I've never met Bryan Cranston nor am I on a first name basis with him. All I said was a very good family friend of ours is a producer for the show. Learn to read correctly before you try and be an asshole. but you are right about the misspelling so I'll give you that one.
Hey, cut Unit30021 some slack. He knew someone who committed suicide about a decade ago, he's still very shaken up and fragile.