Category Archives: Television

Celebrities In Commercials Before They Were Famous

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Screen Junkies has created a video that features celebrities in commercials before they were famous. The video shows off clips of actor Bryan Cranston selling hemorrhoid treatment, Ben Affleck as a Burger King delivery driver, young Kristen Stewart being driven to school in a Porsche, and more.

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Mike Mitchell’s Season 5b Breaking Bad Prints Available For The Next 24 Hours

Mike Mitchell spent the day sketching season 5b Breaking Bad portraits. He also has prints of them for sale for the next 24 hours by request:

Each print is 8×10, printed on cotton rag paper using archival inks, and numbered. Prints are available individually for $25 or a set of all 6 for $120





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Spoke Art Announces Tim Doyle’s Nothing Beside Remains Time-Released Print – Available Today Only (September 29, 2013)

Celebrate the final episode of Breaking Bad tonight with this limited edition fine art print by Tim Doyle, available today only! Check it out here –

This print is available as a time release edition. This means that the print will only be available for purchase for 24 hours (Sunday, September 29th.) Everyone who places an order in this time frame is guaranteed a copy of the print. This print will never be reissued or reprinted.


Tim Doyle – “Nothing Beside Remains”
Limited edition fine art print
Signed and numbered by the artist
12″ x 16″

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Bottleneck Gallery To Release “Heisenberg” Timed-Edition Print By Marko Manev Tonight (September 29, 2013) At 8PM Eastern

How will it end?

In anticipation of tonight’s Breaking Bad series finale, Bottleneck Gallery will be releasing “Heisenberg” by Marko Manev.

This timed edition print will go on sale tonight at 8pm eastern and end at midnight.

Each giclee print is 13 x 19 inches, numbered and will cost $35.

A portion of sales from this release will continue to benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

The following link will go live at 8pm eastern:


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Disney Releases New Toy Story of Terror Images


Disney has released images from Toy Story oF Terror!, Pixar’s first television special which is set to debut October 16th on ABC at 8 PM.

The plot synopsis for the TV special is:

Heading to the small screen before Halloween, Toy Story of Terror features the gang taking a road trip to Bonnie’s grandmother’s house before everything takes an unexpected turn. On a detour leading them to a roadside motel, one of the toys goes missing, and the others find themselves caught in an eerie turn of events that must be stopped before they suffer the same fate.

Toy Story of Terror! reunites the toys and their famous voices including Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz (Tim Allen), Jessie (Joan Cusack), and Mr. Pricklepants (Timothy Dalton). Joining them is Combat Carl, who will be voiced by Carl Weathers.



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Joseph Gordon Levitt, Stephen Merchant, and Jimmy Fallon Face Off in a Lip Sync Battle


On Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Stephen Merchant, and Jimmy Fallon put their mouths and dance moves to work during a lip sync battle. The three chose from classic and modern hit songs such as: “Tiny Dancer” by Elton John, “Take On Me” by a-ha, “Super Bass” by Nicki Minaj and more.

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Breaking Bad’ Stars Reveal Which Props They Kept (Or Stole)

The Stars of Breaking Bad discuss which famous props they took from the set — with or without permission.

Bryan Cranston (Walt): I have Heisenberg’s hat and sunglasses. That’s my prized possession.


Aaron Paul (Jesse): I took Jesse Pinkman’s license plate from his first car: THE CAPN. … I have a Heisenberg hat. Series creator Vince Gilligan has promised me the burnt pink teddy bear from season 2. I really wanted something that symbolized Jesse in a way, and I know that might be kind of a long shot, but I think that pink teddy bear really symbolized the relationship between Jesse and Jane. It wouldn’t have landed in Walt’s pool if it weren’t for Jane’s father. So that was very nice of Vince.

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Anna Gunn (Skyler): You know those three portraits of me, Walt, and Walt Jr. that were in the hallway? I got one of those. And I’m actually putting in a request for those crazy ducks that were on our glass coffee table in the living room. No matter what scene we were doing, no matter how heavy and how intense it was, I just found those ceramic fat ducks incredibly amusing. I always just imagined Skyler on eBay going, “I need those ducks! I’ve gotta have those ducks!” So I just really want those ducks. They always made me laugh.”

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Dean Norris (Hank) I took Tuco’s grill. I took the axe that almost cut my head off, and I had it signed by all the principals in that scene. I took my bomber DEA jacket. And I took the Hank Schrader desk plate that was on the desk. Those are the things I wanted.

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Bob Odekirk (Saul): They needed everything for the spin-off. The only set that they put in storage was Saul’s. They gave me the bus stop bench ad, signed by the cast and crew.  That’s the best. That’s what I would have asked for. It’s really awesome.

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RJ Mitte (Walt Jr.): I have the back of my director chairs and I have my crutches. I got to keep the crutches. I’m going to wait five years down the road, then I’m going to sign them, and then I’m going to wait another five years and then I’m going to put them on eBay. [Laughs]


Betsy Brandt (Marie): I didn’t even ask permission for it, I just flat-out stole the tchotchke that Marie took in “Open House.” It’s this little boy riding a little pig or something. It’s a weird thing, but I just had to have it. It just didn’t feel right to ask permission, so I lifted it. I wanted to take that rug — I just couldn’t figure a way to get it out of there discreetly because it’s huge and sheds a lot.

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This Season On Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.


Now that you’ve seen the premiere, check out what’s coming up this season on “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” with this preview packed with all-new footage! Don’t miss “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” every Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. ET on ABC!

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Justin Timberlake Covers The Jacksons’ Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground)


Justin Timberlake’s performance of The Jacksons’ “Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)” at BBC Radio 1′s Live Lounge is going viral. Debuting just before his appearance on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night, the performance is the latest example of how much the King of Pop has influenced the former *NSYNC member.

Timberlake’s album The 20/20 Experience 2 Of 2 can be streamed online now before it is officially released on September 30th.

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Fox Plans Batman-Inspired Series, Gotham


Gotham City is coming to the small screen!

Fox has made a series commitment to “Gotham,” a new live-action show that will follow the adventures of a young Detective James Gordon. The series hails from “The Mentalist” creator Bruno Heller.

First appearing in “Detective Comics” #27 (the 1939 comic that also debuted Batman), Commissioner James Gordon is the creation of Bill Finger and Bob Kane. He was previously played on the 1960’s “Batman” television show by Neil Hamilton. Gary Oldman most recently portrayed the character in Christopher Nolan’s big screen trilogy.

While Gordon’s adventures may make use of familiar Batman villains, the Dark Knight himself is not planned to be a part of the series.


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