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Aaron Paul Is on the Run in 1st Full-Length Trailer for "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie"

Aaron Paul's alter ego, Jesse Pinkman, is on the run in the first full-length trailer for Netflix's upcoming movie, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Story. The two-minute preview, released Tuesday, opens with Pinkman escaping the bloody massacre that--spoiler alert!--saw his former neo-Nazi captors killed in a plot by Walter White. But by the end of the trailer, Pinkman has returned to Albuquerque and has seemingly teamed up with a new partner, as a mysterious voice asks, “You ready?” Jesse responds, “Yeah,” and the trailer fades to black. To find out more, you'll have to catch El Camino when it premieres October 11 on Netflix. Check out the trailer here.

Charlie Sheen Backed Out of "Dancing With the Stars" Because He "Can't Dance"

Charlie Sheen was all set to compete on the current season of Dancing with the Stars, but now admits he two-stepped away from that opportunity because of his two left feet. “I was very flattered by ABC and their offer, but at the end of the day, I have two left feet and I just can’t dance,” Sheen confirmed Wednesday to Us Weekly. Sheen's publicist also confirmed that ABC even sweetened the deal by offering the 54-year-old actor a chance to do a TV pilot in exchange for competing on the program. Sheen was paired up with pro partner Cheryl Burke before walking away. She's since been paired with NFL star Ray Lewis for this season.


"Law & Order: SVU" to Become U.S.'s Longest-Running Live-Action Primetime Series Ever This Week

When season 21 of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit premieres Thursday on NBC, it will be making television history. According to the AP, producer Dick Wolf's series will become the longest-running U.S. primetime live-action series ever, pulling ahead of the classic Gunsmoke and the original Law & Order. Wolf is one of TV's busiest producers, and last year had five shows that were watched by over 50 million viewers. Wolf almost set the record when the original Law & Order was picked up for Season 21, but was canceled at the last minute by NBC. This self-proclaimed "network" guy is also taking a plunge into streaming with another Law & Order spinoff that may be a bit too heavy for broadcast: Law & Order: Hate Crimes.