Actors Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston have reunited for a hilarious video to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their hit show Breaking Bad. The full cast will also be reuniting at San Diego Comic-Con, for a panel designed to commemorate the anniversary of the landmark series.
During its run, Breaking Bad was a huge success for AMC. The show would go on to win numerous awards and receive resounding praise from critics, gaining a devoted fan base along the way to boot. Bryan Cranston starred in the series as high school chemistry teacher, Walter White. Diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, White turns to manufacturing and selling methamphetamine in order to try and ensure a stable life for his family after he's gone. Cranston would go on to win two Golden Globe awards and six Emmy awards for his performance. His co-star Aaron Paul played Walter's unlikely business partner Jesse Pinkman, winning three Emmy awards of his own. The show itself would win the Emmy award for Best Drama Series in 2013 and 2014.
In a video from Omaze - a company that offers those who make charitable donations a chance to win unique experiences - Aaron Paul invites fans to celebrate the show's tenth anniversary by cooking with he and Cranston inside Breaking Bad's iconic RV. Of course, the winner won't be cooking meth with the actors, and will instead be making breakfast. Check it out above.
In the hilarious video seen above, Paul invites viewers into the RV, but a surprise is already waiting there. Bryan Cranston, showing off his comedic flair, is already sitting in the RV seemingly right at home. Cranston talks about bringing the show back, as a now washed up actor. But Cranston isn't the only one. Paul, too (for the video's sake), seems to be between gigs and working as a tour guide. Anyone who chooses to donate toward a chance to meet Cranston and Paul - and receive a free trip to LA, complete with 4-star hotel accommodations - can rest assured that even if they don't win, all proceeds will be used to benefit The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
It's hard to believe, but it's already been five years since Breaking Bad ended. The show's prequel series, Better Call Saul, has been met with similar praise, but for devoted fans, it's difficult to replace the show that started it all. Thankfully, Cranston and Paul have both stated their interest in possibly reprising their roles in Saul at some point, although nothing is confirmed on that front. Both Paul and Cranston have met with notable success since leaving Jesse and Walt behind. Cranston in 2016, earned his first Oscar nomination for the film Trumbo. Paul voices characters on the Netflix series Bojack Horseman, appeared in several theatrical films, and led the cast of Hulu's three-season series The Path. Hopefully, fans will one day get to see the two actors bring life to their classic Breaking Bad roles for one final time.