Gold Derby on Aaron Paul’s Emmy Odds; THR on the Camera Operator of the Year Award Win

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This week, Gold Derby assesses Aaron Paul’s chances of nabbing a third Emmy, while The Hollywood Reporter covers Andrew Voegeli’s win as camera operator of the year. Plus: TheCelebrityCafe.com asks 10 questions about the rest of the series. Read on for more:

Gold Derby asks whether Aaron Paul can win Emmy No. 3 this year and puts his odds of repeating at 19 to 10.

TheCelebrityCafe.com eagerly anticipates Breaking Bad‘s return and poses 10 “key questions that are probably on all of our minds” — such as “How will the vial of ricin come into play?”

The Hollywood Reporter covers Andrew Voegeli‘s camera operator of the year in television win for his work on Breaking Bad.

The Albuquerque Journal reports that Albuquerque Studios and Youth Development Inc. are partnering for a fundraiser where the grand prize is a visit to the Breaking Bad set.

The New York Times reports that Bob Odenkirk and Ben Stiller are the executive producers of a series called The Birthday Boys that’s been picked up by IFC.

Dean Norris was slated to guest-star on this week’s episode of NBC’s Whitney, according to TV Equals.

The Albuquerque Journal reports that the Breaking Bad bill, which would expand New Mexico’s film tax credit program for long-running TV shows, would be a “game-changer,” according to a Walt Disney Co. executive.

Digital Spy showcases one fan’s homage to the show: an acrylic painting of Walt and Jesse.

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