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Nick Fury

If you're anything like me, then you're probably wondering why Earth's mightiest heroes didn't give a call to crystal chemistry expert Walter White when researching the properties of the Tesseract. Though that "Breaking Bad"/"Avengers" crossover never came to be, there was another person on the Marvel movie's team secretly hoping to merge the two worlds.

In an interview with The Playlist, Samuel L. Jackson revealed that "Avengers" and "Breaking Bad" both shot in nearby studios in Albuquerque, New Mexico, leading to Jackson's desire for a Fury-"Bad" cameo.


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Breaking Bad

Saturday, here at the Con, you'd think it was the Fourth of July. Sub out the fireworks for star-studded guest appearances and hotly anticipated panel reveals, and you have a day that's more than worth its weight in fiery nerd-patriotism.

For us, we're kicking the day off with our third and final Comic-Con live show, co-hosted by none other than "Lost" creator and "Prometheus" writer Damon Lindelof. He'll be on hand as we roll out more of our interviews from the con, including discussions with the casts of "Game of Thrones" and "The Walking Dead" and much more.


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Batman Year One

In "Breaking Bad," Bryan Cranston is not a nice guy. His cancer-stricken chemistry teacher turned methamphetamine cook Walter White is, as the title implies, a bad man. Thankfully, in real life, Cranston is anything but bad.

During a recent chat with MTV News following the fourth season finale of "Breaking Bad," Cranston was in good spirits talking about not just his work on that show, but something much closer to Splash Page territory: his upcoming turn as on-the-rise cop Jim Gordon in "Batman: Year One," the stellar DC Universe Original Animated Movie adaptation of the classic Frank Miller comic book series of the same name.

Read on for our full conversation with Cranston, including his thoughts on what makes Gordon tick, what differentiates "animated storytelling" from "cartoons," why he nearly passed on "Batman: Year One" and why he hopes to return to Gotham City again soon.


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Breaking Bad

What do "The Walking Dead" and "Breaking Bad" have in common? Other than the fact that they both belong to the same network, and that "Dead" creator Robert Kirkman is a noted "Breaking Bad" enthusiast, there's an additional link between the two shows: and it has everything to do with last night's season finale's most thoroughly disgusting scene.

Major spoilers ahead if you haven't seen the "Breaking Bad" finale!


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