Watch: ‘Breaking Bad' was all Hal's dream - with Bryan Cranston and Jane Kaczmarek
This is fantastic.
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I know there is so much smoke blowing and sickening bullshit in this business, and I’ve sort of lost belief in anything really.
But this work of yours is spectacular - absolutely stunning. What is extraordinary, is the sheer power of everyone in the entire production. What was it? Five or six years in the making? How the producers (yourself being one of them), the writers, directors, cinematographers…. every department - casting etc. managed to keep the discipline and control from beginning to the end is (that over used word) awesome.
From what started as a black comedy, descended into a labyrinth of blood, destruction and hell. It was like a great Jacobean, Shakespearian or Greek Tragedy.
If you ever get a chance to - would you pass on my admiration to everyone - Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Aaron Paul, Betsy Brandt, R.J. Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks, Steven Michael Quezada - everyone - everyone gave master classes of performance … The list is endless.
Thank you. That kind of work/artistry is rare, and when, once in a while, it occurs, as in this epic work, it restores confidence.
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A New York-based symphony House announced plans Monday to develop an opera based on an episode of Breaking Bad. One World Symphony said the opera would hinge on “Ozymandias,” the third-to-last episode of the hit show.
we live in exciting times
People, this just happened.
Somebody call Jeff Katzenberg.
He explained that he had intended to show the extra content as six-minute segments over 30 days online. “I said (to them), ‘I’m going to create the greatest pay-per-view television event for scripted programming anybody’s ever done,’ ” he explained. He planned to charge viewers from around 50 cents to 99 cents per episode.
This was before he knew where the show was going. All in all, a horrible idea I’d say.
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