Watching Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul Read "Breaking Bad's" Last Script For the First Time Is an Emotional Experience

Remember every emotion you felt when watching the series finale of Breaking Bad for the first time? Well, get ready to relive it all again, this time vicariously through Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul as they read the final scenes of the last Breaking Bad script for the first time. Obviously, spoilers lie ahead, so if you haven't already seen the ending of Breaking Bad, beware.

That said—the video is a seriously emotional experience, especially when Paul begins to tear up as Cranston reads Jesse's final actions in the series: "Grimly determined, fearing nothing, he speeds through the darkness. From here on, it's up to us to say where he's headed. I like to call it 'something better,' and leave it at that."

You can check out the video above.

[via The Atlantic]

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