After five thrilling seasons, AMC's "Breaking Bad" cast are breaking free from their roles from their critically acclaimed show as they venture to new projects and exciting roles. Anyone who followed the show for five years are still hoping that the cast will soon reunite or even reprise their roles in "Breaking Bad's" spin-off series "Better Call Saul."
With the success of show comes a lot of blessings for its two leads stars who are enjoying a new found fame thanks to their stellar performance as Walter White and Jesse Pinkman. Bryan Craston and Aaron Paul are two busy actors nowadays with projects left and right just waiting for them to take.
So now let's take a look where are they now.
Playing the iconic Walter White is Cranston's most notable role and after five seasons of playing chemistry teacher turned drug kingpin, Bryan is set to star in the upcoming new remake of "Godzilla." Playing as scientist Joe Brody who is investigating a sonar anomaly when all hell breaks loose, the 58-year-old actor was cast in the movie of his role in "Malcolm In The Middle."
Playing Jesse Pinkman is no walk in the park and Aaron Paul is just excited to play lighter role in his new movie "Need for Speed." Based on a popular video game, "Need for Speed" is Aaron's first movie after he wrapped up his role in the AMC's drama series. The 32-year-old actor is set to star in Ridley Scott's "Exudos" and co-star opposite Sigourney Weaver, John Turturro and Ben Kingsley. The "Need for Speed" actor is also set to star in the upcoming comedy drama "A Long Way Down" alongside Toni Collette, Imogen Poots and Pierce Brosnan.
Known as Saul Goodman, Bob Odenkirk will have its own series and is scheduled to premiere on November of this year. The "Breaking Bad's" prequel will focus on Saul before he became Heisenberg's lawyer and how he managed to get into the business that eventually led him to Walter White. Created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, "Better Call Saul" will also star Jonathan Banks as Mike Ehrmantraut.
Known as Skyler, Walter White's Wife, Anna Gunn took home the Emmy's Best Supporting Actress award for her outstanding performance. Now the star is set to do a remake of the TV show "Broadchurch" and will playing a detective in the ten part mini-series in "Gracepoint."
Playing Walter White's physically disabled son Walter "Flynn" White Jr. is no joke and after he finished the show's finale R.J. will star on the TV series "Switched at Birth." Mitte will playing the role as Campbell, a wheelchair-bound premed student who was paralyzed after a snowboarding accident.