'Breaking Bad' creator mulls spinoff

We can't fathom the idea that "Breaking Bad" will end Sept. 29. However, while we must say goodbye to characters such as Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Hank (Dean Norris), others may live on in a spinoff that creator Vince Gilligan is hoping will pan out. On the carpet before the final season's premiere at Lincoln Center, Bob Odenkirk, who plays Saul Goodman, said he'd "love" to star in the potential spinoff. "It's all up to Vince, who created the character. . . . But if a spinoff were to happen, it's all in his hands to create it and I will learn and do what he wants that character to do," Odenkirk says. When Gilligan was asked whom he'd like to see on the spinoff, he said, "It's sort of too soon to tell. I think we'll start with Bob and see what happens."

30 pounds to go for Kim

Kim Kardashian has lost 30 pounds since the June birth of her baby, but Us Weekly reports that she's still self-conscious and won't step out until she loses another 30. Us Weekly also reports that it will take at least another month and a half before Kim reaches her desired weight.

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