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Bryan Cranston has won three Emmys for his meth-making role on "Breaking Bad," and he's just scored some more respect from the foreign press (which previously nominated him for "Malcolm in the Middle") with his third Golden Globes nomination. I talked to the ever-loquacious Cranston about the latest critical kudos for his portrayal of Walter White and why he has no idea what's next for the troubled character. We're getting used to seeing you at these awards shows for "Breaking Bad." Is it almost old hat now? No, it doesn't get old, and I think it's because I never want to »
- Liane Bonin Starr
On TV this Thursday: All four NBC comedies get in the holiday spirit, a very interesting Person of Interest surfaces, Eliza Dushku tackles The League and more. Here’s a dozen programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm Community (NBC) | This is the Christmas episode that sends a certain Fox show hiding under a rock, as the Greendale gang, one by one, get “possessed” by the Gleeful show choir spirit.
8 pm The Big Bang Theory (CBS) | As Leonard confronts his high school bully »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Frankie Muniz, it's your day to celebrate! Frankie Muniz is best known for his hit television show Malcolm in the Middle which ended in 2006 and his starring role in Agent Cody Banks. In 2003, Frankie Muniz was considered "one of Hollywood's most bankable teens." Frankie has now turned to racecar driving in recent years. Get all the details at Astrology.com! Happy birthday, Frankie Muniz! You've fallen off the radar lately, preferring to focus on your personal life and your fondness for racing. That's largely because the stars have been messing with your sense of what really makes you happy -- and which dreams you should follow. It looks like your time on the cultural back-burner will have been well-spent, as it turns out. The second half of the coming year will see you both branching out into entirely new fields (writing, maybe?) and returning to television, likely in a role »
When "Breaking Bad" premiered on AMC in January 2008, expectations weren't high. It was only the second original program the network had produced—although its first one, "Mad Men," was a critical and commercial hit. And it starred Bryan Cranston, best known as the doofus father from "Malcolm in the Middle," playing a high school teacher who turns methamphetamine manufacturer when he's diagnosed with lung cancer. Four seasons and three Emmy wins for Cranston later, "Breaking Bad" has proved to be not only groundbreaking television but also a showcase for one of the best dramatic ensembles on TV. Along with Cranston as Walter White, the original cast consists of all-stars: Aaron Paul as Walter's boneheaded partner, Jesse; Anna Gunn as Walter's wife, Skyler; Betsy Brandt as Skyler's sister Marie; Dean Norris as Marie's DEA agent husband, Hank; and Rj Mitte as Walter and Skyler's son, Walt Jr. Over the years, great. »
- email@example.com (Back Stage staff)
Exclusive: Showtime has teamed with director-producer Ken Kwapis for two comedy projects. The comedies are being developed through Kwapis and his producing partner Alexandra Beattie’s company In Cahoots, with Kwapis serving as executive producer and Beattie as co-executive producer. The first project is an untitled dark comedy set in the world of modern advertising, which will be written/executive produced by author and This American Life contributor Shalom Auslander. Auslander’s second novel, Foreskin’s Lament, was optioned by Killer Films; his upcoming third one, Hope: A Tragedy, will be released in January. The second untitled comedy is a provocative look at the relationship of young married couple who decide to explore an open marriage. It is written and executive produced by Sara Goodman (Gossip Girl). Kwapis directed the pilot for NBC’s long-running comedy The Office and has helmed dozens of episodes of primetime comedy series, including The Office, »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Exclusive: Emmy winner Todd Holland has been tapped to direct NBC’s single-camera comedy Isabel. The project, a family comedy with a magical twist, was written on spec by Howard Busgang and Tom Nursall. Inspired by the French-Canadian series Le Monde De Charlotte, it centers on an otherwise normal angry middle-class family that wrestles with the challenges of everyday life while raising a daughter who has magical qualities. In addition to directing, Holland, who is based at Universal TV with producing partner Karey Burke, will also serve as an executive producer on the pilot alongside Aaron Kaplan, French-Canadian TV producer Jocelyn Deschenes, Busgang and Nursall. Holland’s directing work on another single-camera family comedy, Fox’s Malcolm In the Middle, earned him one of his 3 Emmy awards (the other 2 were for episodes of Malcolm and The Larry Sanders Show). He most recently directed the pilot for NBC’s comedy series Free Agents. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
There's no doubt that Bryan Cranston is one of the best actors on television right now. As Walter White on AMC's Breaking Bad, he brilliantly portrays the slow deterioration from a family man to an amoral drug kingpin. His much happier role as another family man, though, came much earlier with the sitcom Malcolm in the Middle, which is now being rerun weeknights on IFC. One thing both characters have in common, though, is a propensity to wear tighty whitey underwear. In an interview with IFC.com, Cranston explained his thoughts.
"When I saw that in the script in Breaking Bad, I brought it to Vince Gilligan and pointed out that I wore it for seven years on Malcolm and he said, "Oh forget it go find something else.,'" Cranston stated. "So I started going through wardrobe and while I was doing that, I realized that when he had Walt in tighty whitey, »
- Sam McPherson
Bryan Cranston Talks to IFC.com about 'Malcolm in the Middle,' 'Breaking Bad' and the Meaning of Underwear While Bryan Cranston is best known for his three time Emmy Award-winning portrayal of chemistry teacher-turned-meth- maker Walter White on AMC's hit series 'Breaking Bad,' his rise to the ranks of super stardom started with his turn as the affable dad Hal on the hit comedy Malcolm in The Middle which can now be seen on IFC weeknights starting at 6pm Et/Pt.http://www.ifc.com/blogs/ifc-now/2011/10/bryan-cranston-talks-malcolm-in-the-middle-breaking-bad-underwear.phpOn first reading the script of Malcolm in the Middle:"When I read the pilot episode it was really all about Lois, the mom, and Malcolm, the son. So the show was really from Malcolm's perspective and about the dynamo that Lois »
- April MacIntyre
Former Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz has got engaged to girlfriend Elycia Turnbow. The 25 year-old revealed the happy news on his Twitter page and later thanked fans for their messages. He wrote: "After 4 years together, I'm so happy to be Engaged to the love of my life @ElyciaMarie!!! "Thank you everyone for the nice messages @elyciamarie and I appreciate it!" The bride-to-be also tweeted her excitement and wrote: "It's official.. I'm engaged!!!" © Splash News »
Remember that show Malcolm in the Middle, about that twelve-year old genius who talked to the camera a lot? His dad was played by the guy from Breaking Bad, and his mom was played by the mom from Whitney, and he had like, seven brothers, all of whom were basically sociopaths? It was funny, but not that funny, and you didn't realize when it went off the air in 2006 because you'd already forgotten about it four years ago? If you do remember Malcolm in the Middle, then you're going to feel really old and irrelevant now, because actor Frankie Muniz, who played Malcolm for six years on the Fox series, just Tweeted that he is engaged to his longtime girlfriend, publicist Elycia Marie Turnbow. "It's official... I'm engaged!" he Tweeted Saturday to a stream of congratulatory Tweets from his fans (who, if [...] »
Time to feel old, as the former 'Malcolm in the Middle' star has proposed to longtime girlfriend Elycia Marie Turnbow. Frankie Muniz, according to Us Weekly reported that his wedding is "set to take place in six months", and the Jonas Brothers may be guests. Frankie's engagement was announced on Twitter: "After 4 years together, I'm so happy to be Engaged to the love of my life @ElyciaMarie!!!" On the same day, his fiancee also tweeted, "It's official.. I'm engaged!!!" A domestic dispute last February 11 brought the police to their home in Phoenix, Arizona. It was then reported that the actor held a gun to his own head with a possible intent of committing suicide before hitting »
- April MacIntyre
The kids sure do grow up fast, don't they?
Monday (Oct. 24) morning came the stunning realization that the little boy from "Jerry Maguire" is now of legal drinking age, and now we have the announcement that former "Malcolm in the Middle" star Frankie Muniz is engaged to his longtime girlfriend, Elycia Marie Turnbow.
The 25-year-old star tweeted Saturday (Oct. 24) that Turnbow had accepted his proposal, saying "After 4 years together, I'm so happy to be Engaged to the love of my life @ElyciaMarie!!!" The bride-to-be made a similar social networking announcement, tweeting, "It's official.. I'm engaged!"
Plenty of fiancee-related tweets have followed. Sample: "Playing frisbee in the park with my fiancee and our dogs... so Hallmark card worthy."
Muniz and Turnbow made headlines in February when police were called to the couple's house after a domestic dispute that led to a gun being removed from the property. At the time, it »
Former child star Frankie Muniz is engaged to marry his longtime girlfriend.
The Malcolm in the Middle actor proposed to his partner, Elycia Turnbow, and announced their happy news on his Twitter.com page after she said yes.
He tweeted, "After 4 years together, I'm so happy to be Engaged to the love of my life @ElyciaMarie!!!"
On her Twitter page, a delighted Turnbow confirmed their engagement, adding, "Frankie Muniz I love you!!! It's official... I'm engaged!!!"
The engagement news comes eight months after police were called to the couple's Arizona home following reports of an altercation between the pair.
The matter was quickly dismissed by Muniz's publicists. His spokesperson, Lauren Tobin, told People.com, "As far as they are concerned, their issues are resolved... Neither one is interested in finger-pointing at the other. It was a situation that escalated beyond a point that it needed to be. If anything, they will look back at this as a learning opportunity."
No charges were filed over the incident. »
Another Hollywood wedding is on its way! Although I don't think this one will be taped by E! or attract hoards of paparazzi...
Last Friday, Frankie Muniz popped the question to his publicist girlfriend Elycia Marie Turnbow and she said yes! The actor/racecar driver has been with Elycia for four years, and the two have spent most of that time out of the spotlight. Except for that time when Frankie reportedly tried to kill himself in front of her and then punched her, and then everyone on the internet thought Frankie was dead. Guess those times are behind them! No wedding date has been set as of yet.
In other Muniz news, next January marks the 12 year anniversary of the first Malcolm in the Middle broadcast. Think Frankie and Elycia will celebrate with a marathon?
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- Enrico Bruno
Frankie Muniz has popped the question and asked Elycia Marie Turnbow to marry him. Turnbow, a publicist and his longtime girlfriend, said yes.The 25-year-old actor tweeted on Saturday: "After 4 years together, I'm so happy to be Engaged to the love of my life @ElyciaMarie!!!"The news comes in a year where the pair had a rocky patch in the spring where the police were called to their home due a domestic incident.The newly engaged actor was in high spirits over the weekend tweeting: "T@hank you everyone for the nice messages. @elyciamarie and I appreciate it!"Muniz is best known for Malcolm in the Middle. »
- John Walsh
Life isn't always unfair. Frankie Muniz is engaged to girlfriend Elycia Turnbow, the 25-year-old former Malcolm in the Middle star confirmed over the weekend via Twitter. "After 4 years together, I'm so happy to be Engaged to the love of my life @ElyciaMarie!!!," Muniz wrote, adding, "Thank you everyone for the nice messages. @elyciamarie and I appreciate it!" Read: Frankie Muniz and Girlfriend Go on Damage-Control Date Muniz and his bride-to-be seemingly went through quite the a rough patch earlier this year, with Turnbow alleging in a police report that the actor held a gun to her head during a fight, and Muniz calling 911 to say his girlfriend was trashing his house and »
Frankie Muniz popped the question to his longtime girlfriend, publicist Elycia Marie Turnbow - and she said yes. "After 4 years together, I'm so happy to be Engaged to the love of my life @ElyciaMarie!!!" the former Malcolm in the Middle star, 25, Tweeted Saturday. "It's official.. I'm engaged!" Turnbow also Tweeted the same day. The couple have apparently reconciled after going through a rough patch earlier this year. Police were called to their home in Phoenix in February to investigate an incident in which Muniz allegedly wielded a gun and punched Turnbow in the back of the head. "Neither one is »
- Liz Raftery
Tuesday? Yea on a Tuesday.
According to People, the couple said 'I do' in the Irish countryside in front of a close group of family and friends. The '70s Show actor had his brother and Malcolm in the Middle actor Chris Masterson as his best man while the bride wore a custom Zac Posen wedding dress.
The ceremony took place in a private castle with guests that included Ben Foster (swoon) and Mike Pena. But did Ashton show? As of now, there doesn't seem to be any kind of word on that. But the night Ashton was seen partying at a bar without Demi, and which later involved a Sara Leal, included a Danny spotting. Could it have been Masterson's bachelor party? If so, Ashton could have »
- Stephanie Webber
On January 19th, 2008, Bryan Cranston had one claim to fame, Malcolm in the Middle. Certainly not a bad role, but it did place everyone’s opinion of what Cranson was capable of into a box. That all changed on January 20th, 2008. Breaking Bad transformed his career and made people realize that Cranston was more than a wacky dad on a Fox sitcom. Since 1984, Kelsey Grammer has had exactly one claim to fame, his famous role as Dr. Frasier Crane on Cheers and the spin-off Frasier. Much like Cranston, it’s a role that has come to define Grammer’s career and has allowed, like Cranston, for people’s opinion of the man’s ability to be put into a single box… That will all change this Friday thanks to the new Starz series, Boss. Boss follows the journey of Chicago mayor Tom Kane who, after being diagnosed with an neurological disorder, decides »
- Merrill Barr
Another That '70s Show guy is off the market. Danny Masterson tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend, actress-model Bijou Phillips, during an intimate ceremony Tuesday, People reports. The wedding was held at a private castle in Ireland (in a nod to Danny's Irish roots), culminating a weeklong celebration. So was Danny's Bff wingman and party partner Ashton Kutcher on hand on the festivities? Related: Danny and Bijou engaged! That'd be a no. (Maybe after their last wild weekend out in San Diego, Ashton figured he better sit this one out.) But the ceremony didn't lack star power. Danny's brother Chris (of Malcolm in the Middle fame) served as best man, »
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