Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. It's time to give that ol' brain of yours a thorough dusting-off, so to speak: Through the Full Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)...Show More Summary
Jemele Hill is breaking her silence -- telling TMZ Sports she doesn't blame ESPN for hitting her with a two week suspension over anti-Jerry Jones tweets saying.. "I put ESPN in a bad spot." Hill was put in the penalty box for encouraging people…
I finished binge-watching the Mr Mercedes TV series on the flight back from Denver yesterday, and man it was good. At the same level as Breaking Bad, only more bizarre. The acting was great. I thought the story from Stephen King they...Show More Summary
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SEOUL, Oct 20 (Reuters) - After opening the CJ Cup with a stunning nine-under-par 63, Justin Thomas battled blowy conditions and some bad breaks before slipping out of the lead after a two-over 74 at the Nine Bridges course on the South Korean island of Jeju on Friday.
Smith looks to bounce back on the road against Oakland Thursday night. We break down the fantasy implications. Thursday night, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith will be looking to bounce back after a bad showing in Week 6. Smith...Show More Summary
Bryan Cranston sports a dashing green velvet blazer as he covers Esquire. The Breaking Bad actor covers the magazine’s November 2017 issue. Marc Hom photographs the star for the feature. Embracing classic menswear, Cranston wears brands like BOSS and Salvatore Ferragamo. Best known for his role on Breaking Bad, Cranston talks about tapping into his... [Read More]
Bryan Cranston goes pantsless in his new feature for Esquire‘s November 2017 cover story. Here’s what the 61-year-old actor had to share with the mag: On what prevented him from falling prey to many temptations when he attained global fame with Breaking Bad: “I mean, I was fifty. So I was already formed. Like, the [...]
Remember The Belko Experiment? It came out earlier this year and was a B-movie set in an office building about employees who were forced to kill each other at the behest of a mysterious voice who locked them inside. I found that film...Show More Summary
Raymond Cruz of “Breaking Bad” fame has been cast in The Children, a New Line horror film directed by Michael Chaves, says THR. The film follows a social worker investigating the disappearance of two children and soon learns her own family may too be in danger. Cruz will play Catholic priest turned shaman and he […]
“Payoff” is the long con of serialized television. Anybody who’s watched a show that’s trying to be the next Breaking Bad, the next Mad Men, the next Sopranos, hell, the next Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, has felt the cheat. You give the show regular installments of your time, be they in weekly allotments or in big,… Read more...
Bryan Cranston has shared the secrets of a successful marriage. Turns out the answer is train sex. SEE ALSO: 'Breaking Bad' fans have been throwing so much pizza on Walter White's house the owner is putting up a fence Cranston appeared...Show More Summary
Madison and her family can't catch a break on Fear the Walking Dead. In the season 3 finale, titled "Things Bad Begun"/"Sleigh Ride," yet another group threatens the dam, where Madison has taken up shelter with Daniel and Strand. But what role does Strand play in the impending attack? And what is Alicia's connection to the new threat?
For an ambitious college or film school graduate looking to break into the cut-throat movie business, there were few jobs in Hollywood as coveted as working for Harvey Weinstein. The pay was often bad and the hours long, but simply having Miramax or Weinstein Co. on your resume was seen as a golden...
The people who live in the house made famous by “Breaking Bad” have finally had it with people throwing pizzas on their roof. Ever since a frustrated Walter White famously threw a pizza on the roof of the house on...
Sports Pulse: USA TODAY Sports' Jeff Zillgitt and AJ Neuharth-Keusch break down the NBA's Eastern Conference.
Megyn Kelly just can’t catch a break, or so it appears. Ever since the NBC host began her tough coverage of President Trump during the election, it appears Kelly has fallen out of favor with Americans. A network insider has harsh criticism...Show More Summary
By Randall Maynard,Katie Goldin Published: October 12th, 2017
The homeowners of this iconic house from the hit TV show Breaking Bad are putting up a big fence because of all the tourist attention.
Walter White was a fictional character who never really existed, but the residence that served as his New Mexico home most definitely does exist, and its owners are fed up with Breaking Bad fans making their lives a living hell. TheShow More Summary