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Museum of the Moving Image to chart Walter White's badness
How did "Breaking Bad's" Walter White (Bryan Cranston) get so bad? Those who head over to the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria (36-01 35th Ave.) will get an idea because the museum will mount a sort of expository evolution of this great character's episode-by-episode debasement, right down into the bowels of his meth-induced hell.
Or something like that.
Oh, and don't go until July 26 because that's when this opens.
From the release:
Among the objects on view are several costumes worn by Cranston: the yellow Oxford shirt and khaki pants typical of White’s daily wear; the black pork pie hat, black jacket and pants, and green shirt favored by White’s alias, Heisenberg; the briefs worn by White during his first methamphetamine-making session, and the hazmat suit, gas mask, apron, and boots used in subsequent “cooking” scenes. Props include those relating to White’s cancer treatment — pharmaceuticals, PET scan, strands of loose hair (the result of his chemotherapy) — as well as objects featured in pivotal scenes in the series, including the pink teddy bear and Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass.
(Note to reader: "Strands of loose hair..." !?)