Sunday night's premiere episode of Breaking Bad was not just special because of the record-breaking ratings; it was dedicated to a special fan of the AMC series. Sixteen-year-old Kevin Cordasco died ... more 
Sunday night's premiere episode of Breaking Bad was not just special because of the record-breaking ratings; it was dedicated to a special fan of the AMC series. Sixteen-year-old Kevin Cordasco died in March following a seven-year battle with neuroblastoma, a rare childhood cancer. His special bond with Breaking Bad and the character of Walter White led to the cast and crew to visit him on several occasions before his death. And after he passed away this year, Breaking Bad decided to dedicate the final episodes to Kevin. Don't hold your breath for a "Breaking Bad" movie after the season ends ... 'cause EVERYONE IS GONNA DIE!!!!!!! At least that's what Aaron Paul told us last night (please, please, please be joking). Paul -- who plays Jesse Pinkman on the AMC series?-- was leaving The Sayers Club with some friends last night when we asked if there was a chance the upcoming finale was just a teaser into a REAL finale on the big screen. less 
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Wed, Aug 14, 2013 9:13 PM EDT