Bryan Cranston on Samuel L. Jackson’s ‘Breaking Bad’ monologue: ‘Turn about is fair play’

06.07.13 5 years ago

Bryan Cranston on Samuel L. Jackson’s “Breaking Bad” monologue: “Turn about is fair play”
“Loved it,” the “Breaking Bad” star tweeted. But Cranston said to “stay tuned,” apparently for his own reading of a Samuel L. Jackson monologue.

Dan Harmon on “Community” Season 4: “I’m not going to be a jerk about it”
He plans on watching last season for the first time this weekend. “I’m just going to sit by myself, pop some popcorn and watch it,” he says, adding: “I know there were some great writers working on that show who bled with me for seasons one, two and three…the worst thing I can do is fart in their direction at all.”

Go behind the scenes of “The Walking Dead” Season 4
AMC has an “in production” featurette.

Alec Baldwin may consider cable, recalls talking to NBC about a late-night show
“I had very serious conversations with them and other people about hosting what is essentially the podcast I do for WNYC,” says Baldwin. Problem was, there was no place to put it on the schedule.

“The Wire’s” David Simon criticizes media coverage of the gov’t’s data-mining
He writes: “Is it just me or does the entire news media  – as well as all the agitators and self-righteous bloviators on both sides of the aisle – not understand even the rudiments of electronic intercepts and the manner in which law enforcement actually uses such intercepts? It would seem so.”

Kristin Cavallari is getting married to Jay Cutler

The couple filled out the paperwork for a marriage license this morning, according to TMZ.

“Game of Thrones” begins filming Season 4 next month

“Principal photography starts in July,” says the show’s wardrobe supervisor.

Jay Leno makes a Taylor Swift-inspired music video

Check him out in “63.”

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