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10 Movies to Watch With the Cast of Breaking Bad

Whether Breaking Bad fans couldn't get enough of Bryan Cranston, or need more from Betsy Brandt, everyone needs another taste of this incredible cast.

Breaking Bad was a hit crime drama, and remains to be super popular and loved by all its die-hard fans. Since it ended way back in 2013, the cast of this series has certainly continued on with their successful careers.

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Whether fans couldn’t get enough of Bryan Cranston as Walter White, or need more from Betsy Brandt, everyone needs another taste of this incredible cast.

Aaron Paul – Eye In The Sky (2015)

This underrated action drama stars Helen Mirren, Alan Rickman, and Aaron Paul. A military officer is on a mission to capture terrorists in Kenya, but her mission becomes complicated when a girl enters the kill zone.

With an impressive 7.3/10 on IMDb, this flick is definitely a hidden gem. While Aaron Paul continues to slay television, it’s time to watch him on the big screen.

Anna Gunn – Sully (2016)

This biography drama tells the story of a pilot, Sully (Tom Hanks) who lands a damaged plane, saving all of its passengers. Directed by Clint Eastwood, he’s joined by Aaron Eckhart, Laura Linney, and Anna Gunn – who plays Elizabeth.

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Fans will always remember her as Skyler, and while she’s also remained mostly on the small screen, this blockbuster hit is a nice change of pace. Plus, this film is riveting and inspiring.

Giancarlo Esposito – Okja (2017)

This actor has nearly 200 acting credits to his name, so there’s a lot to choose from. He’s also dominated the television industry, but he does have some movies under his belt.

This adventure drama is directed by Bong Joon Ho, and follows a young girl who tries to prevent a corporation from kidnapping her best friend – an interesting beast, named Okja. With a stellar cast and wholesome tale, this is certainly a different role for Esposito.

Betsy Brandt – Anywhere With You (2018)

Betsy Brandt has appeared in many television series since Breaking Bad, and while she has a handful of movie credits, they’re all definitely under the radar.

This drama is little known, but tells a love story in Los Angeles – where two people start their new lives. With drama and life, this flick is a lesser-known movie that stars the woman all fans know and love as Marie.

RJ Mitte – Time Share (2018)

This young actor has a handful of movies coming out soon, so fans better to get know all of his roles so far. This Mexican flick is a horror drama, following two haunted men who try to rescue their families from their tropical vacation.

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RJ Mitte takes a leading role in this one, and joins this lesser known cast to bring this Mexican thriller to the big screen. He’s certainly no longer just Walt Jr.

Dean Norris – Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark (2019)

This is another actor from the series that has switched over to some thrillers. While he’s starred in many shows and films, this is a newer and more popular horror flick.

In 1968, this movie takes place on Halloween, where a couple of friends meet a drifter – who has many scary stories to tell. This movie is not for the faint of the heart, and is a wonderful watch on Halloween.

Steven Michael Quezada – Outlaws And Angels (2016)

This movie isn’t exactly highly-rated, but this action adventure stars a wonderful cast and is a perfect choice for a campy and different – yet riveting – Western with an entertaining cast.

With Chad Michael Murray and Luke Wilson taking the lead, this movie follows outlaws who invade a home – and a game of cat and mouse follows.

Bob Odenkirk – The Post (2017)

This actor is no newbie to the small or the big screen. While he’s starring in his own spin-off show, Better Call Saul, he’s definitely done some other impressive projects.

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Most recently, fans can find him in this biography drama, directed by Steve Spielberg and starring alongside Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, and Sarah Paulson. This story follows a battle between a government cover-up and a newspaper.

Jonathan Banks – Mudbound (2017)

This drama is a devastating and thrilling story of race, war, and family. After two men return home from World War II and begin work on a farm, they are faced with the effects of racism and aftershock.

With Carey Mulligan, Jason Clarke, Mary J. Blige, Garrett Hedlund, and Jonathan Banks as Pappy, this movie is tragic and difficult to watch – but it’s highly-rated, and a definite must-see.

Bryan Cranston – Trumbo (2015)

Bryan Cranston will always be remembered as Walter White, but this critically-acclaimed actor has succeeded in many avenues of television and film. This biography drama takes place in 1947, and follows the story of Dalton Trumbo – a screenwriter who was blacklisted for his political beliefs.

Directed by Jay Roach, Cranston takes the lead, and stars with Diane Lane, Helen Mirren, and more. He even received an Oscar nomination for this role. This story and performance are definite must-sees for all fans of Bryan Cranston.

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