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Some were brought together by music, others by meth. One couple bonded over religion, two more over humor. One friendship started in Boston, another in the halls of a fictional hospital.

But the following famous bromances all have one thing in common, as sang by the very first pairing listed below:

Guy love, that’s all it is... Guy love, he’s mine I’m his... There’s nothing gay about it in our eyes... It’s guy love, between two guys.

Indeed, J.D. and Turk had it right a long time ago on Scrubs.

It's always fun when two male pals hit it off in Hollywood. Flip through the top 13 friendships of this nature below and sing it loud and proud: It's guy love!

Zach Braff and Donald Faison
It's guy love between Zach Braff and Donald Faison! These Scrubs stars have maintained a bromance many years after that beloved sitcom went off the air.

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Spoiler Alert: The much-discussed series finale of Breaking Bad showed chemistry-teacher-turned-meth-kingpin Walter White finally succumbing to the many forces that were trying to kill him and dying alone in a high-end meth lab.

Or did it?

Bryan Cranston as Walter White

In a recent interview with CNN, actor Bryan Cranston discussed the possibility that the man known to many only as "Heisenberg" may have lived to cook another day, having somehow survived a seemingly fatal bullet wound (and lung cancer). 

"Hey you never saw bags zip up or anything," said Cranston in a response to a question about whether or not Walt survived the finale.

Asked point-blank, "Is he dead?" Cranston replied, simply, "I don't know."

Then came the part that's really got fans tweaking: on the possibility of a movie featuring the talented Mr. White, Cranston said coyly, "Never say never."

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The Tonight Show provided us with another hilarious viral moment on Monday.

A few days after Jimmy Fallon lost a lip-sync battle to Emma Stone and Cameron Diaz photobombed tourists on the roof of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, Bryan Cranston stopped by the program for a game of Word Sneak.

For the game, each star was challenged to use five words into a conversation - including “badonkadonk,” a term that the Breaking Bad actor butchered before turning to the audience and mouthing:

“I don’t know what that is!"

Watch the entire video now. It's totally adorable:

Looks like Cranston may be the one who knocks, but he's never the one who has knocked boots with someone who looks like Kim Kardashian.

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No one says no to Heisenberg. Absolutely no one.

That's what Stefan Montana was banking on when he approached Bryan Cranston for help asking a girl to prom. Cranston, ever the good guy he seems to be, obliged, reciting the line the teen gave him and once again donning his Breaking Bad persona, Walter White.

It worked! Stefan later tweeted "@BryanCranston she said yes!!"

Montana approached Cranston for the prom-posal assist outside the theater for Cranston's Broadway show All The Way.

With the KFC chicken corsage prom-posals and now this, asking a date to prom isn't as simple as it used to be, that's for sure.

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It is that time once again, THGers. The time to unveil the finalists for, and eventually the winner of, THG's prestigious, arbitrary, 7th Annual Celebrity of the Year honor.

Between now and the end of 2013, we will be counting down the 10 stars who provided us with the best moments, stories, scandals and entertainment value.

We kicked off the countdown earlier with a smoldering Kate Upton at #10. Now we present our Celebrity of the Year Finalist #9 ... Walter White!

Strange as it may seem to put a fictional TV character on our year-end list ... this is not your average TV character. There will never be another Walter White.

Developed by Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan and portrayed by Bryan Cranston, Walt (and later his Heisenberg persona) became iconic.

Once a promising chemist and co-founder of a multi-billion dollar company, we first met Walter as a meek, nerdy, down on his luck chemistry teacher.

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Bryan Cranston has three Emmy Awards on his mantel.

But it may end up being a framed letter that becomes the actor's most prized possession.

Two weeks after the Breaking Bad finale that rocked the television universe, Cranston received a written message from Sir Anthony Hopkins that gave the AMC show, its crew and its cast the highest of praise.

It also said Cranston put on the "best acting" Hopkins has ever seen.

And this man has seen some acting in his time!

Scroll down to read the full letter from the Academy Award-winning legend:

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Remember at this year's Comic-Con in San Diego?

When Bryan Cranston proved just how awesome he is by walking around the downtown convention center in a Heisenberg mask? Making attendees believe he was just a dedicated Breaking Bad fan?

That rubber mask - signed by Cranston - is now on sale at eBay and, as of last night, it was fetching $23,400!

Bidding closes at 8 p.m. EST Sunday, one hour before Walter White's journey comes to an end on the Breaking Bad finale.

So we have to ask: How much would you pay for Bryan Cranston's Heisenberg mask?

 

 

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Aaron Paul made quite an impression on the Emmy Awards' red carpet, photobombing Bryan Cranston and gushing about his wife Lauren Parsekian.

Check out the 34-year-old creeping behind his Breaking Bad co-star and good friend, making some funny faces and one of the viral highlights of the event:

  • Aaron Paul Photo Bomb
  • Aaron Paul Photobomb

Last night's episode (see TV Fanatic's terrific Breaking Bad review) was the second-to-last for the iconic AMC drama, but for Paul, the best part of life has just begun.

The actor and his wife Lauren Parsekian, who said "I do" in May, also turned heads last night. Namely because, well, Aaron Paul's wife is not unattractive.

"I'm the luckiest guy on the planet," Paul told E! News. "I've been calling her my wife even before we started dating, so now it sounds more appropriate."

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Not so fast, movie fans.

Despite clear excitement over rumors that Bryan Cranston will portray Lex Luthor in the 2015 Man of Steel sequel, the actor spoke to The Boston Globe late last week and made it very clear: those are just rumors.

Bryan Cranston on Breaking Bad

"This is all news to me," he said of chatter that his role as Superman's arch nemesis was a done deal.

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Ever since the casting of Ben Affleck as Batman shocked the world last Thursday, fans have either been grumbling about it or meme-ing it to death.

Except YouTube user soylentbrak1, who has been hard at work envisioning what a Man of Steel sequel starring Ben Affleck as Batman would look like.

The result was this fan-made trailer, also starring Breaking Bad Emmy-winner Bryan Cranston as Lex Luthor and Henry Cavill again as Superman.

Check it out below and see if it changes your views on Ben as Bruce Wayne:

There isn't much plot in this Man of Steel 2 trailer, besides the mention of a mysterious corporate merger and some tension between Superman and Batman.

Given that it's not a real trailer, however, it's pretty top notch.

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