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    Watch: 90-Minute Conversation With The Creator & Cast Of 'Breaking Bad'

    After five years as one of the most acclaimed dramas on television, on August 11th "Breaking Bad" will return for the first in its final batch of eight episodes. To celebrate the occasion creator Vince Gilligan and the cast have been taking one last victory lap to connect with the fans who helped to...

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    On 'Breaking Bad' Regrets, When Walt Turned Bad and a Surprising Guest Role: 10 Highlights From Vince Gilligan's MoMI Talks With Charlie Rose

    Last week, the Museum of the Moving Image unveiled a new exhibit entitled "From Mr. Chips to Scarface: Walter White's Transformation in ‘Breaking Bad'," featuring props and costumes from the award-winning, hit show. To celebrate the opening, the museum hosted a talk last night with show creator Vinc...

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    Vince Gilligan, Bryan Cranston and the 'Breaking Bad' Company Talk About the End, the Transformation of Walter White and the Hidden Backstories

    AMC brought the casts and crews of "Hell on Wheels" and new series "Low Winter Sun" to the TCA press tour, but the real focus was, as president and general manager of the network Charlie Collier put it, "the bittersweet occasion that is the last eight episodes of 'Breaking Bad'" And they were all pr...

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    Museum of the Moving Image Announces a 'Breaking Bad' Exhibit

    While the Film Society of Lincoln Center has a week of free "Breaking Bad" marathon screenings set for July 26-30, over in Queens the Museum of the Moving Image is planning its own salute to the ending AMC drama.

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    Vince Gilligan is at Peace With the Fact That a Saul Goodman Spin-off Series Probably Wouldn't Live Up to 'Breaking Bad'

    "Breaking Bad" creator and showrunner Vince Gilligan has restated his seriousness about a spin-off series centered around sketchy lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), apparently even initiating talks with series producer Sony Television Studios, AMC and writer-producer Peter Gould

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    Austin Film Fest to Honor 'Breaking Bad' Creator Vince Gilligan and Barry Josephson of 'Bones'

    The Austin Film Festival announced that it will be honoring Jonathan Demme with the "Extraordinary Contribution to Filmmaking Award" as well as Vince Gilligan with the "Outstanding Television Writer Award" and Barry Josephson with the "Heart of Film" award.

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    Watch: Vince Gilligan and the Cast of 'Breaking Bad' Delve Into the Show in a Panel Moderated by Conan O'Brien

    "I did not know how it was going to end, not in those early days," Vince Gilligan confessed to moderator Conan O'Brien about the approaching final episodes of "Breaking Bad."

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    Is a Saul Goodman 'Breaking Bad' Spin-off Really a Good Idea?

    "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan has been tossing around the possibility of a spin-off series centered around Bob Odenkirk's shady lawyer Saul Goodman for a year now, ever since his landmark AMC drama entered into its end game.

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    'Breaking Bad' Creator Vince Gilligan Will Write and Direct the Series Finale

    There are eight more episodes left of "Breaking Bad" -- eight installments with which to close out the story of Walter White (Bryan Cranston), high school chemistry teacher turned meth kingpin. It's already been revealed that Cranston, who directed season two premiere "Seven Thirty-Seven" and season...

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    VIDEO ESSAY: Gliding Over All: The Cinematography of Breaking Bad, Season 4

    Hollywood can keep its 3D, its CGI and whatever Dolby Surround version they’re up to now. For a contemporary cinematic experience as visceral and visually arresting as "Breaking Bad," audiences must look abroad, to Gaspar Noé’s "Enter the Void," or further, to films coming out of Thailand, Japan, an...

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