Electric Daisy Carnival: Bryan Cranston Brings Back Breaking Bad's Walter White

Posted: Jun 22 2015, 8:50am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 22 2015, 8:52am CDT, in News | Latest Celebrity News


Electric Daisy Carnival: Bryan Cranston Brings Back Breaking Bad's Walter White
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  • Bryan Cranston Brings Back Walter White at Electric Daisy Carnival one more time

Bryan Cranston used his character’s catchphrase ‘Say My Name’ to revive the Breaking Bad character Walter White during his surprise appearance at the EDC.

It was thrills and chills at the Above & Beyond Electric Daisy Carnival as thousands gathered to listen to the British trance crew and others.

When British trance crew were readying to open their performance of their 2013 recorded track “Walter White” in honour of the character from Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston who played Walter White came out on the stage and gave a haunting memo of “Say My Name”.

The catch phrase said to his alias Heisenberg in the fifth season episode. The actor revived the character on stage once more that had won a Golden Globe and three Emmys along with his co-star Aaron Paul.

After that he played the track and stepped aside to catch the feverish crowd dancing to the tune, he captioned the video; "Leaving EDC - Vegas right now. Pulled an all nighter. Old, my ass... Old, my head. Old, my feet... Happy Fathers Day," on his Twitter. 

Although White had no chance of coming back in the after the finale, 59 years old Cranston said that White’s eyes never closed and they didn’t show him in a body bag so anything could happen.

There have been rumors that Cranston and Paul might reprise their roles in the prequel series “Better Call Saul”. That has not been done in the show’s first season. With future seasons to come, there is still hope to see White in action once more.

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