Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul Attend ‘Breaking Bad’ Character Statue Unveiling


The characters of actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul from the cult series “Breaking Bad” were commemorated in bronze sculptures that were revealed Friday in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Both actors were present for the unveiling. The cast expressed their love and appreciation for the city while addressing fans who were in attendance for the unveiling. Paul said: “I auditioned for Breaking Bad, and it completely changed my life. So thank you so much, thank you Albuquerque – my God, we were here for seven years now and then. It was such a big part of my life; it still is.”

Cranston humorously remarked that “We’re thrilled, slightly embarrassed to have statues. There’s no preparation to say you’re getting a statue. I’m just kind of grateful it’s inside so that pigeons don’t shit on our heads.”

Tim Keller, Mayor of Albuquerque, was also present at the event and expressed the importance of the show “Breaking Bad” and its spin-off “Better Call Saul” for the city by grossing nearly $400 million in production and tourism costs.

Show creator Vince Gilligan was also at the event and shared some exciting news about Walt White and Jesse Pinkman’s long-awaited introduction to “Better Call Saul.” He said, “Spoiler alert, everyone. You hear it first; no one else knows yet,” Gilligan told the audience. “This Monday night, if you happen to watch the AMC Network — and thanks to them, too — you just might see these two in the upcoming ‘Better Call Saul’.”

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