"Breaking Bad's" Aaron Paul is officially off the market.
The smitten star married his fiancée, Lauren Parsekian, in Malibu, California on Sunday, according to reports.
"Breaking Bad" fans feared the worst when scripts for the series' finale were stolen from star Bryan Cranston, but everyone can breathe a sigh of relief.
Cranston, who was named as one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people in the world, told CNN at the magazine's gala on Tuesday that the thief who broke into his car in December and snatched the iPad containing the confidential show documents didn't get very far.
You know a show is well-made when a possible stolen script can make or break a season.
Such was the fear when, as CNN affiliate KOAT in Albuquerque, New Mexico, reported, someone lifted pages from "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston's car.
If there's one thing that critics and fans can agree on, it's that AMC's "Breaking Bad" is some of the best TV on the air, and that actor Giancarlo Esposito gave an incredible performance on the series as the chilling drug kingpin Gustavo "Gus" Fring.
The actor now has an individual Emmy nod to back it up. On Thursday, he was nominated along with "Breaking Bad's" Aaron Paul for best supporting actor in a drama series.
Talk about a glowing review!
"Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul doesn't just think his fiancée is an awesome girl. He thinks "she's the greatest" - as in, the greatest of all time.
"Breaking Bad" returns to AMC on Sunday for the first half if its fifth and final season, and star Bryan Cranston has warned that you'll need to put on your big person underpants.
“You will s***, uncontrollably, watching this new season," the Emmy-winning actor, who portrays the terminally ill chemistry teacher-turned-crystal meth kingpin, Walter White, on the acclaimed series, told THR.
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