When “Breaking Bad” wraps up, fans mourning the end of the series might be able to party with the cast at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Variety reported this week.
Co-star Aaron Paul tweeted about the party on Wednesday:
— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) July 10, 2013
Before you get too excited: The details aren’t official, at least not yet.
Series star Bryan Cranston, who is co-owner of the Cinemas Palme d’Or in Palm Desert, didn’t mention it in his interview this week with The Desert Sun’s Bruce Fessier.
The cemetery doesn’t list the event on its website and responded Thursday to an email from a fan saying the event is “unconfirmed.” Stay tuned to their website and social media, the cemetery suggested.
Paul seems like he’s in on some planning, though, and is getting fans psyched to hang out together.
“First off, we’ll air the pilot and then the cast will all come up and say thank you to everyone for watching,” Empire Online quoted Paul as saying earlier this year.
“Then we’ll watch the final episode with everybody there and all the proceeds will go to cancer research and drug rehab centres. There will also be one hell of a party.”
The final eight episodes begin airing at 9 p.m. PT on Aug. 11 on AMC.