The Electric Daisy Carnival dance music festival is a multi-venue, multi-city series of events that draws thousands of people to its happenings every year. This year, at the Las Vegas event, it got a very special visit from a very bad man.
According to Variety, the band Above & Beyond had been on the stage ready to perform their 2013 song “Walter White.” Then, without warning, Walter White himself — actor Bryan Cranston — appeared on the stage and delivered this exchange.
After channeling Walt on stage one more time, Cranston pressed the button that would start the song on the stage’s audio system. The actor was apparently taken enough with the experience so much that he had to post about it on social media later that evening. He said,
Leaving EDC – Vegas right now. Pulled an all nighter. Old, my ass… Old, my head. Old, my feet… Happy Fathers Day! pic.twitter.com/uZ4k61rsBE
— Bryan Cranston (@BryanCranston) June 21, 2015
Undoubtedly, this was a cool moment for the attended fans as well as enthusiasts for “Breaking Bad,” which ended it’s run on AMC in September of 2013. The prequel series, “Better Call Saul” starring Bob Odenkirk as Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman, will return to the network for a second season early next year. Cranston and other “Breaking Bad” lead Aaron Paul have hinted that their characters may show up on the spinoff at some point, but nothing concrete has been publicly disclosed.
For more on the “Breaking Bad” universe if it takes shape, keep an eye on GeekNation.
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