The “Breaking Bad” veteran executive produces and guest stars in the drama pilot about a con man who assumes the identity of his ex-cellmate to hide from his past.
Mackie will play Martin Luther King Jr. while Leo will portray Lady Bird Johnson in the adaptation of the award-winning Broadway play.
English trance crew — and serious “Breaking Bad” fans — Above & Beyond brought out a special guest to kick off their set Saturday in Las Vegas.
Po meets his long-lost father — voiced by Bryan Cranston, no less — in the first trailer for the DreamWorks Animation sequel.
Bryan Cranston and Rebel Wilson join the cast of “Kung Fu Panda 3″ as members of a hidden panda society.
After bringing on a co-director, DreamWorks Animation moves up the film’s release date by two months.
Bryan Cranston’s Titanium Rex looks appropriately perturbed in the latest image from Crackle’s upcoming stop-motion series “SuperMansion.”
With rumors of Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston coming to the world of Star Trek as the next film’s villain, who might the acclaimed actor portray?
“The Lincoln Lawyer’s” Brad Furman directs the true-life thriller about a federal agent who goes undercover to infiltrate the Colombia drug cartels.
The Breaking Bad star dons the familiar yellow hazmat suit once again for a Super Bowl spot.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus tries to sell one of her Emmy statues at a sleazy pawn shop run by Cranston and Paul in a promotional video for the Primetime Emmy Awards telecast.
However, Executive Producer Peter Gould says the Breaking Bad spinoff will be able to stand on its own, without relying on Bryan Cranston or Aaron Paul.