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Gambia 's president has said that he wants to implement a policy change that would shift the country's language from English to a local language.
Since Feb. 25, when it was released, more than 18 million have tuned in to the second trailer for the 2014 remake of Godzilla .
As Matthew McConaughey was accepting his Academy Award last Sunday on ABC, HBO had aired/was airing/was about to air/ True Detective , which, like Dallas Buyers' Club , featured a breakout performance by McConaughey.
Lea Michele was determined to be original when she chose songs for her debut CD, "Louder," a collection of dance tracks and ballads.
The last time most people saw Aaron Paul, he was riding off into the sunset. Or doing the "Breaking Bad" equivalent: crashing some redneck scum's El Camino through a meth lab's barbed-wire security fence and speeding off into the inky night, howling, his future uncertain.
"Sons of Anarchy" producer and showrunner Kurt Sutter recently talked about the upcoming and final season of his hit motorcycle gang show and what he's hoping to do with season 7, which could include a possible guest appearance by "Breaking Bad's" Aaron Paul.
In a case of life imitating art, methamphetamine with a tint of blue, just like Walter White's "Blue Sky" product, is routinely turning up on the streets of Phoenix, cops say.
The movie is an adaptation of the "Need For Speed" video game series. Scott Waugh directs the action film, which centers on Tobey Marshall , a ex-convict recently released from prison for a crime he didn't commit.
We had to part ways with "Breaking Bad" last year, but there are still a few characters we don't have to bid farewell to just yet.
The "Need for Speed" premiere was Aaron Paul's big night, but his gorgeous wife, Lauren Parsekian, stole some of the spotlight in a sheer black floor-length dress.
What does a poor or lower-middle-class white person, especially one from the South or Southwest, have to do to get a break from fancy high-end TV producers? It is a remarkable fact about this new Golden Age of television, which began with The Sopranos in 1999, that its primary focus of attention is the population cohort known as "white trash."
Notable figures from 20th century American political history crowd the stage, but the main attraction is unquestionably Bryan Cranston's charismatic LBJ.
But what starts as an experiment, becomes all too real. "Bag Man" A criminal bides his time at a seedy motel, waiting for his boss after killing several men and making away with a mystery bag.
Bryan Cranston plays President Lyndon Johnson in "All the Way," a Broadway play about passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Breaking Bad star Giancarlo Esposito nearly missed out on the chance to be a part of the hit drama as he initially turned down his role as a drug kingpin.