Showrunner Vince Gilligan reveals what he really thinks about Breaking Bad’s Walter White, Jennifer Lawrence opens up about childhood dreams of fame, and stars from Pitch Perfect talk about the comedy’s sequel.
- Following President Barack Obama’s comments that celebrity culture promotes improbable markers of success, Kris Jenner spoke out against the remarks. It seems the prez used Kim Kardashian as an example of the warped reality he described. [The Hollywood Gossip]
- Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan admits he doesn’t feel much sympathy for Walter White, the chemical teacher who turned into a maniacal meth druglord. Well, if the guy who wrote the show isn’t still riding hard for Walt, then we don’t feel bad that we can’t wait for him to go down. [Huffington Post]
- Jennifer Lawrence reveals she kind of always knew that fame was in her future. In a new interview, she reveals that she used to dream about being in the spotlight — she just didn’t know in what capacity. [Perez Hilton]
- Could we see the characters from Pitch Perfect go abroad in the next installment? [MTV]
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