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According to the two-time Emmy winner, some of the prizes to find include signed “Breaking Bad” scripts, action figures and show art. The scavenger hunt is in honor of the final showing for “Breaking Bad” at the Emmy Awards, where he previously won in 2010 and 2012 for supporting actor in a drama series.
This is not the first fun of this kind Paul has had with fans. Last September, during the show’s final eight-episode run, Paul created a scavenger hunt in Boise, Idaho, with the prize being tickets to watch a live stream of the next “Breaking Bad” episode (which would have been the devastating “Ozymandias”). He also treated fans by hiding 20 tickets to a “Breaking Bad” finale screening with he and Bryan Cranston »
- Kevin Noonan
Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Barely Legal Pawn; a look back at Do The Right Thing on it’s 25th anniversary; Hogwarts Told by Other Students in Harry Potter; and a Nightwing Fan Film. All that and more on this edition of Sr’s Geek Picks!
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Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul go into business together and this time it’s legal…barely. Find out what happens when Julia Louis-Dreyfus becomes a client, trying to offload television’s most coveted item, in this video starring ...
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- Justin Vactor
What's more entertaining than “True Detective,” “Game of Thrones” and “Breaking Bad?” Perhaps kids taking their best shot at re-enacting scenes from the Emmy-nominated dramas. In honor of Monday's Primetime Emmy Awards, parenting blog mom.me challenged a bunch of young tykes to do their best impersonations of characters played by Matthew McConaughey, Emilia Clarke, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul. See video: 8-Year-Old Indian Boy Busts a Move for Chubby Kids Everywhere The result is predictably adorable, and sometimes laugh-out-loud funny. Watch the video (above), which also features kids parodying “Mad Men,” “Downton Abbey” and “House of Cards.” »
- Greg Gilman
"Barley Legal Pawn" is a hilarious comedy short that stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul as a couple of pawn shop owners. Julia Louis-Dreyfus comes into the picture when she walks into the shop to offload her Emmy Award. The comedy short is sponsored by Audi and was posted by the Television Academy in anticipation of the upcoming Emmy Award ceremony. I hope you enjoy the video!
- Joey Paur
Entertainment fans can look to the Emmys this weekend for their fix of traditional Hollywood talent. And they can start early by watching the show’s promo video starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Aaron Paul, and Bryan Cranston. In the video, which you can view on the Television Academy’s YouTube channel, Louis-Dreyfus finds herself in need of some extra cash when she impulsively purchases a personal island after one too many drinks, so she decides to pawn off the Emmy awarded to her for best supporting actress in Seinfeld. Arriving at Paul and Cranston’s Barely Legal pawn shop, she’ll have to decide if she can sell the item that means so much to her to a pair of questionable-looking men. In a unique (and brilliant) move by the Academy, the promo video isn’t afraid to take a few jabs at the industry it’s also celebrating. Jokes about »
- Bree Brouwer
Whether he wins another Emmy or not, there's a good chance that the highlight of Bryan Cranston‘s week will have come Tuesday night. See video: Julia Louis-Dreyfus Tries to Sell Her Emmy to Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul in Pawn Shop Parody Cranston, a lifelong Dodgers fanatic, visited Chavez Ravine on Tuesday night and spent some time in the announcer's booth with the one and only Vin Scully. That's a treat for any baseball fan — the long-time broadcaster is a Hall of Famer and legend — but especially so for Cranston, who grew up listening to Scully's voice through good times. »
- Jordan Zakarin
Barely Legal Pawn? Right, now we have your attention ... for Breaking Bad fans suffering from withdrawal from the adventures of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, relief is at hand in this online promo for Mondays primetime Emmys from sponsor Audi. Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have teamed up as shady second-hand goods dealers, in a spoof of Us reality show Pawn Stars featuring Veeps Julia Louis-Dreyfus trying to sell the Emmy she won in 1996 for playing Elaine on Seinfeld. Ramping up the meta, the promo switches between reality show spoof with a healthy dollop of the Seinfeld-esque comedy of awkward social encounters and a nod to the darker drama of Breaking Bad.
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There's only one thing better than watching the greatest TV shows of the last 12 months. And that's watching the greatest TV shows of the last 12 months re-enacted by super cute children.
Watch kids re-enact Emmy-nominated TV shows:
The 66th Primetime Emmys take place on August 25.
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This is the hottest video on the internet this morning and rightfully so. Never ones to be accused of taking themselves seriously the two leads of the phenomenon that is Breaking Bad have reunited for a hideous and hilarious look at what might have happened had reality TV won its battle over scripted TV.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus joins the pair in this really rather wonderful ad which I can only imagine cost a king’s ransom to pull off. The commercial was directed by Paulilu (Paul W. Downs & Lucia Aniello) whose work you can find here, suffice to say that this is their best yet.
Watch the Emmys, don’t watch the Emmys – the fact that we’ve got this short out of it makes me happy it exists.
And here’s their Spock Vs. Spock ad, also for Audi, which you may remember from last year.
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- Jon Lyus
The 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards are now less than a week away, and everyone is excited to see if the final season of Breaking Bad can beat True Detective – and also – if Veep can stack up against Modern Family. In anticipation of the broadcast, the Television Academy has put together a fun 6-minute promo Sponsored by Audi, that reunites Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, as well as feature an appearance by Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Watch the video below and tune in to NBC on Monday, August 25 at 8:00 p.m. Et/5 p.m. Pt to watch the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards air live.
There are a lot of crazy facts about this year's Emmy nominees, but sometimes the craziest thing is seeing where some of these stars started before they were nominated for TV's most prestigious award. Did you know that one Mad Men star was on a notoriously sexy show, or that Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston was Jerry Seinfeld's dentist? The TV pasts of the Emmy nominees are pretty fascinating - find out which roles you probably forgot about or never even knew happened! »
Jessica Alba doesn’t lead as risqué of a life as she does in Sin City, Gisele Bundchen is rolling in major dough, Sofia Vergara wears what looks like an engagement ring, and more of today’s celebrity news stories you need to know.
Even though she plays an exotic dancer in Sin City, Jessica Alba says she’s a “real prude.” [Ok!] Gisele Bundchen tops the Forbes list of highest-paid models, cashing in about $47 million this year.[Wwd] Sofia Vergara sports major bling on her ring finger. Did Joe Manganiello pop the question already? [Et] Girls star Adam Driver covers GQ and recalls his experience going from a Marine to Juilliard student. [Just Jared] Julia Louis-Dreyfus has to deal with creepy cashiers (who look a lot like Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul) in “Barely Legal Pawn.” [Splitsider] Believe it or not, but Robert Pattinson says his hardest role was Edward in Twilight. [Hollywood] Lost star Sonya Walger »
- Taylor Ferber
This might be the best thing you see all day! Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul are together again in a new short, "Barely Legal Pawn," produced by the Primetime Emmy Awards. "Veep" star Julia Louis-Dreyfus also joins the "Breaking Bad" stars in the hilarious pawn show spinoff -- check out the ridiculous video above! In the short, Dreyfus tries to trade in her Emmy for "Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy" for her work on "Seinfeld" as Cranston plays one tough salesman. The two winners end up fighting over which is harder: Comedy or Drama.The whole skit's pretty hilarious and even pays homage to "Breaking Bad," as the former costars' are also running another secret operation in the back of their shop. Are you excited for the 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards? Sound off below, and make sure to come back to toofab August 25 for all the coverage!And be sure »
- tooFab Staff
"Breaking Bad" may be finished, but co-stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul can be seen together again in this fun new clip created for the upcoming Emmy Awards -- where both actors are nominated for the final time for their work on the AMC show. In order to pay for her own private island, Julia Louis-Dreyfus brings her "Seinfeld" Emmy to Barely Legal Pawn, where Cranston and Paul play a pair of scuzzy employees. With reality show cameras trained on them, the duo play dumb about Dreyfus, "Veep" and the Emmys in order to drive down the price; debate the merits of leading roles vs. supporting roles; and sing the praises of Mary Louise Parker and "Weeds." Watch it here: Cranston and Paul may cross paths again on AMC's upcoming "Breaking Bad" spin-off "Better Call Saul." The 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards will air live on Monday, August 25 at 8 p.m. Et on ABC. »
- Dave Lewis
With less than one week until the 66th Annual Emmy Awards, many fans are wondering if Breaking Bad can take home the Best Drama Series Emmy for its final season. While we wait to see if the AMC drama can take home the big award, series stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have reunited for a six-minute short, presented by Emmy sponsor Audi, entitled Barely Legal Pawn, which also features Emmy winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
The short is formatted like popular reality shows such as Pawn Stars and Hardcore Pawn, with Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul playing Buzz and Randy Jackson, the proprietors of Barely Legal Pawn, who greet none other than Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who plays herself as she tries to pawn off her coveted Emmy award to pay for her own island.
Welcome to the Rolling Stone Everything Index, where we rank the week's pop-culture power players, movers and shakers...whether they like it or not.
In our latest installment, we've got the triumphant (and possibly racist) return of Taylor Swift, some advance love for the Emmys and the VMAs and an app that will make you think twice about makeup. Oh, and we offer definitive proof that we are terrible people. Read on for our picks, and just ignore that knocking on your door; it's 2014, cops just kick it in now. »
How much is a Primetime Emmy worth? Well, not all trophies are created equal, as Julia Louis-Dreyfus learns in a new spoof released today by the TV academy (watch it below). -Break- Julia Louis-Dreyfus on Emmys, 'Veep' and making that awful Selina so lovable Suddenly strapped for cash after impulsively buying a private island, Louis-Dreyfus appears on "Barely Legal Pawn" to sell the first of her four Emmys: her 1996 Comedy Supporting Actress prize for "Seinfeld." But the shop owners, played by Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, play hardball. In our recent video chat with Louis-Dreyfus, we teased her about whether that first supporting award for "Seinfeld" counts as a full Emmy or just half, and the pawn shop owners wonder the same, though Paul naturally sticks up for TV's supporting players. Also, is comedy really as valuable as drama? Of course, Cranston, Paul, and Louis-Dreyfus are all multiple-Emmy. »
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, memba’ them from “Breaking Bad?” Well now they’ve gone legit, barely, in a new viral video hyping the upcoming 66th Primetime Emmy Awards. They play Buzz and Randy Jackson, the proprietors of “Barely Legal Pawn,” a spoof on real reality television shows like “Hardcore Pawn” and “Pawn Stars.” Julia Louis-Dreyfus who has four golden winged Primetime Emmy statuettes–three for Lead Actress In a Comedy and one for a supporting role in “Seinfeld”–decides she can part with one. [...] »
Emmy weekend will be busier than usual this year, with the telecast shifting to Monday and contending with rush hour traffic near downtown L.A.’s Nokia Theatre. The party scene will also be complicated by Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards at the Forum in Inglewood, with Video Vanguard Award winner Beyonce, Maroon 5, Usher, Ariana Grande and 5 Seconds of Summer scheduled to perform. Here’s your guide to the festivities.
Wednesday, Aug. 20
Directors Nominee reception, 7 p.m. at the DGA. The Television Academy salutes the director nominees.
Thursday, Aug. 21
Icon Mann pre-Emmys Salute to Black Men in Television: The Evolution of Character, 6 p.m. at the Charles Aidikoff Screening Room. SAG-aftra’s David White will moderate a panel discussion celebrating black actors in television.
Two Feet Project’s Pre-Emmy dinner, 7 p.m. at Rivabella. The cocktail reception and dinner is a fundraising event for Two Feet Project’s work in Kenya. »
- Janine Lew
Oh sure, we like our artsy fartsy movies, and ruminate with furrowed brows about the Oscars and the industry and whatnot. But at the end of the day, you're just as likely to find Playlist members sitting down to watch "Chopped" or "Pawn Stars." That's just how we roll. And it looks like we're not the only ones. The Emmys are next Monday, and to help get the word out, "Breaking Bad" dudes Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, along with "Veep" lead Julia Louis-Dreyfus, have put together the six-minute parody "Barely Legal Pawn." Yes, this is a reality show spoof (low hanging fruit), but the trio makes it worth your while. It finds Julia hawking her Primetime Emmy Award after a drunken late night online shopping spree finds her having to pay off her own private island, and she takes the stature to the decidedly redneck Cranston and Paul for appraisal. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
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