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    AMC Orders Two Seasons Of 'Better Call Saul,' But Aaron Paul Says Don't Expect To See Jesse Pinkman

    The story of Walter White and Heisenberg may be over, but we’ll still be seeing more of the seedy underbelly of Albuquerque, New Mexico on our TV screens thanks to the Saul Goodman-centric prequel spinoff “Better Call Saul.” Although we last heard the show was aiming for a November premiere, we may ...

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    Aaron Paul-Starring 'Hellion' Takes Top Honor at deadCENTER Film Festival

    The winners of the 14th Annual deadCENTER Film Festival in Oklahoma City were announced on Saturday, with "Hellion" topping as the Grand Jury Narrative Feature category and Michael Rossato-Bennett's "Alive Inside" winning in the Grand Jury Documentary Feature category.

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    The Indiewire Springboard: Teen Actor Josh Wiggins Tears Up the Screen in 'Hellion' Opposite Aaron Paul

    Many teen actors would kill for the opportunity to act opposite Emmy winner Aaron Paul. 14-year-old Houston native Josh Wiggins got to do it on his very first feature film. In Kat Candler's "Hellion" (which opens in select theaters today and is currently available to watch on video-on-demand platfor...

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    Review: 'Hellion' Starring Aaron Paul Features Strong Performances, But Also Some Dubious Plot Turns

    It's a somewhat glib, reductive thought, but the archetype of the Sundance indie film (apart from being cutesy and unbearably quirky) often can be summed up in its miserablist bleakness. And if some Park City indies can sometimes be defined by their dark, depressing nature with few rays of hope, "He...

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    Aaron Paul On 'Diving Into' 'Hellion' and Why He Wants to Resurrect Jesse Pinkman

    Aaron Paul talks about life post-"Breaking Bad."

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    Watch: New Clip From 'A Long Way Down' Starring Aaron Paul, Pierce Brosnan, Imogen Poots & Toni Collette

    Four people go up to a rooftop at the same time to commit suicide, and wind up forging friendships instead and a pact to stay alive. Yes, that's the basic summary of "A Long Way Down," the upcoming comedy (really) from Pascal Chaumeil, the director behind French rom-com "Heartbreaker" that put him o...

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    Watch: Will Arnett is a Sassy Talking Horse in the Netflix Original Series 'BoJack Horseman' (with Aaron Paul!)

    Netflix has released the first trailer for its new original animated program about a famous talking horse and his human sidekick -- yes, really.

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    Watch: Aaron Paul Sports a Thick Beard in this First Trailer for Sundance Hit 'Hellion'

    Earlier today we showed you the first poster for the SXSW-acclaimed drama film "Hellion," and now we have a full trailer for the film. Directed by Kat Kandler, "Hellion" is a family drama starring Aaron Paul, Juliette Lewis, and soon to be rising star Josh Wiggins.

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    Exclusive: Theatrical Poster For SXSW Winner 'Hellion' Starring Aaron Paul Plus First Trailer

    Single parenthood, grief and coming of age collide in Kat Candler's "Hellion," with the drama picking up good notices out of the Sundance Film Festival, where it premiered in January, and a Game Changer Special Mention award for the director when it played SXSW this spring. And now the gritty drama...

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    Take a Look at the First Poster for Kat Candler's 'Hellion,' Starring Aaron Paul

    "Hellion," a film about a father and son trying to get their life together, captivated audiences when it first premiered at Sundance. The film's director, Kat Chandler, then went on to win an award at SXSW.

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