RJ Mitte may be best known for his role as Walter White Jr. in AMC’s much lauded series Breaking Bad, but this handsome young up-and-comer has already landed a new role on the ABC Family hit drama Switched at Birth and it’s obvious you’ll be seeing much more of him in the future. The Daily Quirk sat down with RJ Mitte at Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo, where he appeared to meet and greet fans, sign autographs and take part in the general C2E2 awesomeness, for an exclusive interview where we discussed Breaking Bad, Switched at Birth, C2E2 and much more! Watch the exclusive interview below! Continue reading
Watch an exclusive interview with actor Jeremiah Bitsui where we discuss his latest film Drunktown’s Finest, his time as Victor on Breaking Bad (including what it was like to take a box cutter to the throat) and his upcoming role on NBC’s medical drama The Night Shift. Check out the interview below to find out what he had to say about all this and more, only on The Daily Quirk!
The Daily Quirk would like to thank Jeremiah Bitsui for taking the time to chat! To find out more about Jeremiah you can follow him on Twitter and to find out more about Drunktown’s Finest visit the film’s Site and “like” the Official Facebook Page.
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Kelsey Cortez graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a degree in Communication Studies. While earning her Bachelors, she won First Place in the 2009 Undergraduate Student Film Festival. Her short film, Life Unmentioned also received the AAUW award that same year.
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“Oh no,” you say, “What will I do now that one of television’s most beloved dramas, Breaking Bad, is off the air?” Better Call Saul! Saul Goodman, the character who served as Walter White’s lawyer/advisor/financial operator on AMC’s hit show, is receiving his own spinoff in the form of a prequel. The series will also be helmed by Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan. So, with this news coming from AMC and Sony Pictures Television, below is a list of things we’d like to see out of the Saul-centric series: Continue reading