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' Breaking Bad ' celebrates a decade in the family

6,000 followers honor the series with their protagonists in the comic-Con of San Diego

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' Breaking Bad ' celebrates a decade in the family

Vince Gilligan can't believe it's been ten years since his breaking Bad series saw light. "I was told by Melissa Bernstein, producer, as in December. Do you know we've served a decade? And first thing I thought about was celebrating it as a family, " writer, producer and director confessed to country. Your idea of a family celebration? Gar his team, from Bryan Cranston (Walter White) to Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) passing by Anna Gunn (Skyler White), Dean Norris (Hank), Betsy Brandt (Marie), RJ Mitte (Walter Jr.) and Giancarlos Esposito (Gus Fring). "Jonathan Banks (Mike) has to operate on one knee," said Bob Odenkirk, also present on Thursday afternoon before more than 6,000 fans of series at famous Hall H of Comic-Con in San Diego where fanaticism is palpable. "This is like introducing Beatles," summed up moderator and also an actor in series, Billy Burr.

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It was really a family reunion (with audience) where Paul took his baby dressed in yellow monkey to cook methamphetamine from series and in which Cranston spoke shamelessly and humorously of his famous white underpants of first episode ("The only thing y have in Common breaking Bad and Malcolm in Middle ", joked protagonist of both series) and Gilligan told some Batallita of those five seasons that made history. "I know I've said it many times, but my greatest achievement was not to kill Jesse. The series would never have survived without him, "recognizes who thought to give shelve at end of first season.

During 62 episodes of this fiction, Paul was an Emmy candidate for each season, a prize he won three times. Cranston won four of se trophies. The series, a total of 145 awards and 227 candidacies in different galas. But Gilligan never saw it coming. As he said in his day, he took breaking Bad as a sociological experiment. "It's stupid, but I wanted to see how low I could lead a character of great humanity without losing empathy," he recalled. The experiment brought against all television rules. Gilligan thought that his audience would abandon a character as savage as Walter White's. "But more abominable he put it for his followers, more y clung to him," he recalled with humour from an effect he blamed, or thanked, Bryan Cranston.

The cast of @BreakingBad_AMC in SDCC2018 with a guest star

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