Aaron Paul
"That was the best television script I'd read, at that point," the "You" star said.
With plenty of questions left about where Season 6 might go, the series' third-to-last episode is a dreamlike return to where one particular Albuquerque lawyer has been.
Statues of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman will soon be on display at the Albuquerque Convention Center in New Mexico.
But Aaron Paul is almost enough to light a spark that's been fading since Season 1.
The news was confirmed by co-creator Peter Gould on a panel Saturday night.
Stearns talks about building an absurd and unsettling world in this dark comedy at the IndieWire Studio presented by Adobe.
Gillan delivers two wickedly cold performances in a Yorgos Lanthimos-esque satire about what it means to fight for your life.
Aaron Paul takes a trip through film history as Vincent Cassel sheds light on his past in a potent blend of sleek action and moral quandaries.
The limited series created by "The Good Wife's" Nichelle Tramble Spellman also stars Aaron Paul and Lizzy Caplan.
The first time around, it was done in a couple takes. For the new Netflix movie, it was way more physically draining.
Paul plays a convicted murderer whom Spencer, a true-crime podcaster, may have wrongfully put behind bars.
After months of speculation and internet teases, the movie will be released on Netflix and in theaters tomorrow.
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