David Blaine Wows Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul; Vince Gilligan Talks Saul Goodman Spin-Off

bryan-aaron-vince-325.jpgThis week, David Blaine does a card trick for Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, while Vince Gilligan tells FOX Business about the Saul spin-off series. Plus, The New York Times talks speculation surrounding TV shows, like Breaking Bad. Read on for more:

People has a clip of David Blaine impressing Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul with “quite the card trick.”

Vince Gilligan tells FOX Business that the Saul Goodman spinoff will be a prequel and “should be pretty funny.”

Using Breaking Bad as an example, The New York Times declares, “Speculation is the new spoiler.”

• In a related article, The New York Times talks to NPR’s Linda Holmes about the speculation surrounding the Breaking Bad series finale on her website, “Claim Your Cockamamie Theory.”

Entertainment Weekly recaps this week’s episode of CBS’s How I Met Your Mother, which featured a return guest appearance by Bryan Cranston.

Gold Derby does a podcast with Michelle MacLaren, who says of Walt that “we were amazed – as he became a darker and darker character – that people were still rooting for him.”

The Huffington Post has an exclusive look at Jonathan Banks in NBC’s Community.

Bob Odenkirk tells BuzzFeed that the Breaking Bad spinoff with Saul will have “a completely different vibe than Breaking Bad, with that character at the core of it.”

Talking about his new film, Alexander Payne’s Nebraska, Bob Odenkirk also tells Metro that Vince Gilligan cast him as Saul because of Mr. Show.

Movies.com details how Bryan Cranston was instrumental in the making of Writer’s Block, a short film written by a production assistant and aspiring director, Brandon Polanco.

Zimbio highlights actors who were on Seinfeld before they were famous, including Bryan Cranston and Anna Gunn.

TheWrap reports that Emily Rios will be a guest star on NBC’s Grimm in an episode airing early next year.

RJ Mitte was a presenter at this week’s 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Mitte also made up a new “rule” about presenters and winners, MTV reports.

Digital Spy learns from RJ Mitte that he hopes to play in a band one day, even though “I only have one good hand and one good ear.”

RJ Mitte talks to The Windsor Star about being bullied while growing up and says he loved Breaking Bad’s finale: “I think every amazing story has to have an amazing ending — and we had our amazing ending.”

Rosie O’Donnell tells TheMusic.com.au that surviving a near-death experience meant she didn’t have to miss the Breaking Bad series finale.

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