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Bryan Cranston makes his debut on Forbes‘ list of the 100 Most Powerful Celebrities, at No. 88.

Bryan Cranston has had a busy year. The actor not only wrapped his iconic role as cancer-patient-turned-meth-dealer Walter White on AMC’s “Breaking Bad,” but he also starred in “Godzilla,” a blockbuster hit that grossed $93 million in its opening weekend in the U.S. The 58-year-old also made a Broadway appearance in “All the Way,” which brought in an average of over $1 million a week during its run. Be on the lookout for Cranston’s memoir, due out in fall 2015. (с)

jessemybabyblue:

Bryan Cranston makes his debut on Forbes‘ list of the 100 Most Powerful Celebrities, at No. 88.

Bryan Cranston has had a busy year. The actor not only wrapped his iconic role as cancer-patient-turned-meth-dealer Walter White on AMC’s “Breaking Bad,” but he also starred in “Godzilla,” a blockbuster hit that grossed $93 million in its opening weekend in the U.S. The 58-year-old also made a Broadway appearance in “All the Way,” which brought in an average of over $1 million a week during its run. Be on the lookout for Cranston’s memoir, due out in fall 2015. (с)

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Heisenberg e Schrödinger sono in auto insieme. Un poliziotto li fa accostare e chiede: “Sapete a che velocità stavate andando?”.

Risponde Heisenberg: “No, però so dove mi trovo”.

La risposta fa insospettire l’agente, che chiede di aprire il bagagliaio dell’auto. Ci guarda dentro ed esclama: “Ma sapevate che dentro il bagagliaio c’è un gatto morto?”

Stavolta risponde Schrödinger: “Ora sì”.