Parade Discusses Walt With Bryan Cranston; Bryan Cranston Gets First Tony Award Nod

Episode-13-Walt-325.jpgThis week, Bryan Cranston, talking to Parade, gets wistful about Walt, while he is also honored with his first-ever Tony Award nomination. Plus, Giancarlo Esposito gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Read on for more:

Bryan Cranston tells Parade that he enjoyed playing Walt because he could do everything: “I could kill someone; I could caress my baby and kiss my son on the forehead. The whole spectrum of the human experience.”

British GQ puts a dapper Bryan Cranston on the cover of its June issue. The Daily Mail has some highlights from the magazine’s interview with Cranston.

People reports that three-time Emmy winner Bryan Cranston has been nominated for his first Tony Award, for playing President Lyndon Johnson in All the Way.

USA Today reports that Bryan Cranston is up for the Drama League’s Distinguished Performance Award. Cranston is also nominated for a Drama Desk Award, according to USA Today.

Time spotlights Hollywood stars, like Bryan Cranston, who have migrated to Broadway, while Vulture features Bryan Cranston’s Broadway dressing room where he readies himself to become LBJ.

• On the occasion of receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Giancarlo Esposito tells Variety that Breaking Bad‘s effect on his career was about “bringing me back from the dead.”

USA Today enjoys Dean Norris’ new movie, observing, “I admit I wanted to see Small Time almost 100 percent because I miss Breaking Bad and this one has Dean Norris, or Hank from the show.”

Refinery 29 discusses the ingredients for a hit TV show and cites several examples from Breaking Bad, including the Season 3 cliffhanger where Jesse pointed a gun at Gale.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Charles Baker (Skinny Pete) and Luis Moncada (Marco Salamanca) are helping David Ury (Spooge) promote his book, Everybody Dies: A Children’s Book for Grown-Ups!.

The Awesomer has a “brilliantly edited tribute film by Alexandre Gasulla, which revisits the tragic story of Walter White.”

What Culture highlights Breaking Bad‘s most stunning moments, “be they thunderous in their crowd-pleasing capabilities or ghastly in their gore.”

According to Home Media Magazine, Breaking Bad: The Complete Series won two Home Media Magazine Awards — honoring the best DVDs and Blu-rays discs of 2013 — for Title of the Year and Best TV Series Megaset.

U.S. News and World Report‘s guide to summer’s anti-blockbusters includes Decoding Annie Parker, a movie featuring Aaron Paul that comes out May 2. Meanwhile, USA Today‘s summer blockbuster guide features the Godzilla remake that stars Bryan Cranston.

Den of Geek has a promotional photo of Anna Gunn in character in FX’s Gracepoint.

• Watch David Costabile in USA’s DIG, a six-episode action adventure drama, according to Deadline.

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