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    Watch: Hit The Road With 2 New Clips From Alexander Payne's 'Nebraska'

    The fall movie-going season tends to be dominated either holiday event movies, or star-studded dramas with a keen eye on awards season baubles, which is what perhaps makes Alexander Payne's "Nebraska" such an intriguing alternative option. Featuring no A-list stars, presented in black-and-white and ...

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    The New Heisenberg: Jimmy Fallon Does 'Joking Bad' (Video)

    Now down to its final episodes, Breaking Bad gets darker, wilder, more go-for-broke. The lighter side? That would be Joking Bad, the latest pop-cult parody from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

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    The Saul Goodman Spinoff Gets Greenlit By AMC & Will Be A ‘Breaking Bad’ Prequel

    Confirming that there is still something good left in the universe, AMC has officially given the green light to a new series based around the Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) character from their insanely popular crime drama "Breaking Bad." The one-hour comedic drama will serve as a prequel to the events...

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    Recap: 'Breaking Bad,' Season Five, Episode 13 'To'hajiilee'

    Last week's episode, the sublimely conflicted "Rabid Dogs," ended with a pair of calls: Jesse (Aaron Paul), consumed with paranoia, dialed Walt (Bryan Cranston) with a promise: he'd be coming for him where it really mattered. Moments later, Walt, made a call of his own, to Todd (Jesse Plemons), info...

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    Recap: 'Breaking Bad,' Season 5, Episode 12 'Rabid Dog'

    "He can't keep getting away with it!" Jesse (Aaron Paul) howls in the twelfth, riveting episode of the final season of "Breaking Bad." And increasingly, it looks like Walt (Bryan Cranston) is on the backpedal, looking to straighten up a mess that continues to seep like so much gasoline into the carp...

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    Patton Oswalt & Bob Oedenkirk Fill The ‘Kitchen Sink,’ Bobby Cannavale Joins 'Annie' & More

    Originally set to be Jonah Hill’s directorial debut, the Black List-approved “Kitchen Sink”—described as “The Breakfast Club” meets “Zombieland” with vampires and an alien invasion thrown in for good measure—has beefed its cast with some solid comedic forces. Deadline is reporting that Patton Oswalt...

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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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    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' Saul Goodman Spinoff Becomes A Bit More Real As AMC Starts Kicking The Tires

    Shed a tear and light a candle (or whatever it is that you do when you lose something) -- there are only eight episodes of "Breaking Bad" to go. The cherished series draws to an end this summer and Walter White and Jesse Pinkman will find their fates decided. But that world may not be closed entirel...

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    IFC Orders New Comedy Series from Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, Bob Odenkirk and Ben Stiller

    IFC continues to expand its alt comedy empire with the announcement today that the network's greenlit two new series -- Bob Odenkirk and Ben Stiller's "The Birthday Boys" and Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's "The Spoils of Babylon."

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