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After five years as the increasingly vicious teacher-turned-meth king Walter White, Bryan Cranston has thought long and hard about how Walter's journey should come to an end this year.
“I had notions. Like, ‘What if he created this toxic world around him and, because of his actions, everybody he loved died and he had to stay alive?’" Cranston, 57, tells GQ magazine in its August issue.
For three weeks in Philadelphia last fall, Cory Monteith took a personal battle and spun it into a performance.
The 31-year-old actor, who was found dead on Saturday, had struggled with substance addiction in the past, and he drew upon that experience for an upcoming film called "McCanick."
Now that we're creeping closer to fall, some of the year's heavy-hitters are releasing their trailers.
For instance, we now have our first look at Brad Pitt's "12 Years A Slave," a historical drama based on the true story of Solomon Northup, an African-American man who was deceived and sold into slavery after living as a free man in New York.
So far, the Bob Dylan "Bootleg" series from Columbia Records has included the famed "Albert Hall" concert, live material from the Rolling Thunder Revue, obscure studio material and unreleased demos.
Now the label is going to put out more material from perhaps the most argued-about album in Dylan's entire catalog: "Self Portrait."
Before she'll be called "Mom," pregnant singer Fergie is undergoing another name change.
Although the Black Eyed Peas star has been known professionally as Fergie, fans know that she was born Stacy Ann Ferguson. It's a moniker that dates all the way back to her "Kids Incorporated" and Wild Orchid days, when she was a member of that '90s girl group.
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