Thursday 22 February 2018

Crystal meth candy for Aaron Paul's epic Breaking Bad finale bash

Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul)
Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul)
Bryan Cranston and and Aaron Paul celebrate Breaking Bad's Emmy win
(L-R) Actors Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Bob Odenkirk and Jonathan Banks, winners of the Best Drama Series Award for "Breaking Bad" pose in the press room during the 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards
Bryan Cranston (L) looks at co-star Aaron Paul while he speaks at a panel for the television series "Breaking Bad" during the AMC portion of the Television Critics Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills,
Bryan Cranston with co-star Aaron Paul
ctors Aaron Paul (L) and Bryan Cranston from AMC's series "Breaking Bad" arrive at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles
Actor Aaron Paul celebrates the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards at Sheraton Universal on August 19, 2013 in Universal City, California. (Photo by Mark Davis/Getty Images)
Aaron Paul finds it hard to keep the Breaking Bad plot a secret

Aaron Paul hosted an epic Breaking Bad finale party.

The show aired its last episode in the United States on Sunday and the instalment, extended from 60 to 75 minutes, was screened at an event in the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

The 34-year-old actor got avid viewers in the zone by partying with candy in the likeness of blue crystal meth and riding around in the RV car made famous on the show.

TMZ reports thousands of fans showed up hours before the last episode was broadcast and some donned full hazmat suits.

Aaron staged a scavenger hunt around Los Angeles on the day giving away 20 more seats to the charity occasion for those who could not get tickets the first time around.

“Scavenger hunt begins in 30 minutes. 20 tickets are hidden around Hollywood. Exact location will be given out very soon. #BreakingBad,” he teased on Twitter.

The twice Emmy Award-winning thespian got another gong last Sunday when the programme scooped the prize for best drama series.

However the smash hit TV series, starring Bryan Cranston, was recently the cause of some recent trouble with Apple.

The technology giant is refunding fans after a mix-up over the number of episodes in the final season.

The confusion meant many people effectively paid twice for the final 16 episodes of the show.

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