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    Watch: 3 New Clips From Sundance Favorite 'Smashed' Will Leave You Choked Up

    Yesterday we brought you a new clip from "Smashed," an addiction comedy/drama starring Aaron Paul and Mary Elizabeth Winstead. Sony Pictures Classics has unviled three more, which shows even more of the cast and a much better understand of what the tone of this movie is going to be. After watching t...

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    Listen: 'Breaking Bad' Star Aaron Paul Says "Bitch" In Character, In Korean & It's Awesome

    With the first half of the final season of "Breaking Bad" winding down, what are we supposed to do with ourselves until next year? While we patiently wait to see where Walter White and Jesse Pinkman wind up, here's a little random treat that fans should get a kick out of.

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    On 'Breaking Bad,' Everyone Wants Out of the Meth Game But Walter White

    "Everybody wins," Walter White (Bryan Cranston) insists at the end of "Buyout," last night's episode of "Breaking Bad." He's about to propose a plan that the credits roll on before we can hear, but it seems safe to assume that everybody will not win, because not...

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    Get 'Smashed' With Aaron Paul & Mary Elizabeth Winstead In New Pics From The Sundance Sensation

    Can James Ponsoldt's "Smashed" turn Park City buzz into awards season gold? Sony Pictures Classics certainly hopes so, and as they get set to unveil the film this fall, they've dropped a brand new batch of pics from the film.

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    'Breaking Bad' Star Aaron Paul Replaces Emile Hirsch In 'A Long Way Down'

    Sometimes as a project moves along, casting is changed for a variety of reasons, and sometimes filmmakers have to settle on someone who maybe isn't as enticing as their choice. However, for the upcoming adaptation of Nick Hornby's "A Long Way Down," that isn't the case.

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    Because I Say So: Another Great Trailer For 'Breaking Bad' Season 5

    This Sunday sees the premiere of the first half of the final season of “Breaking Bad,” and we’re fucking stoked. AMC has released a new promo that has small spoilers, especially if you haven’t caught up on the fourth season -- and if you haven’t, why are you reading thi...

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    A Batch Of New Pics From Highly Anticipated Summer TV Shows 'Breaking Bad' & 'The Newsroom'

    Over the past few weeks, we've had to say goodbye to a slew of our regular TV season favorites, and we've already listed our favorite 10 shows of 2011/2012. But there is still going to be some great stuff to watch over the next couple of months on the small screen. This summer sees the retur...

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    HBO Orders Pilot For Cold War Spy Drama 'The Missionary' With Aaron Paul; 'Weeds' Finished After Season 8

    With the clock now running down on AMC's "Breaking Bad" with two season left to go, the future for actor Aaron Paul is a bit uncertain. Will he make the leap to the big screen? Earlier this year he earned very strong notices for his turn in the alcoholism drama "Smashed" whic...

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    HBO Picks Up Spy Drama Pilot 'The Missionary' With Aaron Paul of 'Breaking Bad' In Talks to Star

    While "Breaking Bad" is about to kick off its final (two-part) season on AMC, it looks like Aaron Paul, who plays Jesse Pinkman, may not be off screen for long. According to Deadline, Paul is in talks to play the lead in "The Missionary," a Cold War era spy series that's...

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    On The Rise '12: 10 TV Stars Who Should Break Through To The Big Screen Soon

    With cinematic releases at the moment mostly involving the not-particularly inspiring likes of "That's My Boy" and "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter," it's hard not to look to television for a little nourishment. The trouble is that the TV season has wrapped up for the year. While a few shows (namely...

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