Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reunite at NFL game


It’s quite common for big celebrities to attend a game in Los Angeles, although some occasions are unexpected.

The “Breaking Bad” stars Bryan Cranston, 66, and Aaron Paul, 43, who played Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, respectively, were spotted together during Sunday’s Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals game at Sofi Stadium.

Fans attending the game went wild as cameras captured the show’s drug kingpins enjoying themselves and drinking beer early in the 2nd quarter.

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The NFL’s official Twitter account tweeted about the moment, showing the pair indulging in weekend fun.

In the hit show, high school chemistry teacher White becomes a drug lord alongside Pinkman – a drug lord – to provide for his family financially when diagnosed with cancer.

Fans attending the match went wild as cameras panned in the direction of Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul at Sofi Stadium,

The Emmy Award-winning series first aired on January 20, 2008 and aired for over five seasons with a total of 62 episodes.

The Hollywood Stars were perhaps the best highlight of the game after both teams were without their starting quarterbacks in a Rams 27-17 loss.

Cardinals veteran Colt McCoy replaced starter Kyler Murray while John Wolford snapped for starter Matthew Stafford in the game.

A photo of Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul is shown from a scene in Breaking Bad.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul from a scene in Breaking Bad.

The loss now leaves the reigning Super Bowl champion Rams at 3-6 and bottom of the NFC West.

Their next game is on November 20 against the New Orleans Saints at 1 p.m