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Wednesday 30 July 2014

Paul: Breaking Bad secrecy is hard

Aaron Paul finds it hard to keep the Breaking Bad plot a secret

Aaron Paul has admitted he gets tempted to tell people how Breaking Bad ends.

The actor, who plays Jesse Pinkman in the series, said he is constantly bombarded with questions about the finale and sometimes comes close to spilling the beans, reported The Wrap.

Aaron said on Jimmy Kimmel Live: "It is just madness out there. People come up to me constantly, just begging to have me tell them what is happening with the show, how it's going to end. They just constantly harass me.

"And finally I'm just like, 'Alright fine, I will tell you, you want me to tell you?' And they're like 'Yes, please tell me.' And I'm like, 'Alright, so this is how it ends.' And then they just start screaming at me - 'How dare you? Don't tell me! No, no, no, stop!'."

The show - which stars Bryan Cranston as a cancer-stricken chemistry teacher who starts selling crystal meth to provide for his family - is coming to an end later this month.

Aaron teased: "It gets so crazy, I can't wait for people to see how it all plays out."

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