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Bryan Cranston To Release Memoir This Fall

“I am the one who knocks” on your…bookshelf? That’s right. Actor Bryan Cranston, who played the infamously beloved Walter White on five seasons of Breaking Bad, is set to release a memoir, A Life in Parts, October 18.

According to Entertainment Weekly, it will includes sections about his most famous roles, including Walter White and the dad on Malcolm in the Middle, as well as sections about his real life.

The best part, though, are the front and back covers of the memoir, which portray Cranston’s uncanny ability to be seemingly friendly and seemingly ferocious. (Truth be told, my fiance and his family ran into Bryan Cranston a few years ago in New York City and said he was extremely friendly.)

Aside from being a big Breaking Bad fan, I have always been fascinated by actors who can vacillate between comedy and drama, as well as those who hit their prime later in life like Cranston did. Coming off one of the most best television series in recent memory, Cranston’s memoir is sure to sell well.

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Review: Better Call Saul!: The World According to Saul Goodman Attorney At Law

While the Grammy Awards on are television tonight, many others are turning on their TVs for one other very important pop culture reason: the start of the new Breaking Bad spinoff, Better Call Saul.

To tie in with the new show on AMC, HarperCollins, in conjunction with Sony, has released a fun, colorful book about the one and only Saul Goodman. Saul Goodman is  the character from the hit AMC show Breaking Bad — the same character who will now have his own show on the same channel. The book details the way in which the character came to be the famous, lawbreaking, beloved lawyer in Albuquerque. It explains everything from the kinds of cases he handles to the significance of the items on his desk and decor in his office, as well as who Saul’s clients and associates are. Details and stories about Walter White, Jesse Pinkman, and all of the Breaking Bad characters are intertwined throughout the book.

The book is silly. But for any fan of Breaking Bad, it’s pretty hilarious, if nothing more than a fun little coffee table book that will certainly get guests talking the next time you host a little get-together.

Get Better Call Saul in hardcover for $13.59

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