Bryan Cranston dons Heisenberg mask for Comic-Con

Everyone's favourite Meth chef paid a visit to Comic-Con this year, as Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston hid in plain sight. 

The 57 year old walked through the unsuspecting crowds at the San Diego convention, wearing an eerily life-like mask of his character Walter White, aka Heisenberg from the hit U.S. TV show.

He remained completely dedicated to the prank and even admitted to talking to fans in a high pitch voice to ensure no one recognised him. It wasn't a trick that came cheap either, as a Breaking Bad fan site has claimed that the Heisenberg mask was custom made by a company called Landon Meier at a cost of $3,000 (£1,995).

Cranston's real identity was only revealed after he took to the stage for a Breaking Bad Q&A session. Things then got a little hot and heavy, as Cranston planted a pucker on his very own rubber lips, before inviting co-star Aaron Paul, who plays paranoid addict come drug king pin Jesse Pinkman, to do the same.

Paul praised Cranston for his performance both on and off screen, saying: 

"[he's] the most professional person I've ever worked with but also the most immature man I've ever experienced, as you can tell. Which is a beautiful combination."

Cranston was dropping into Comic-Con to promote the eagerly anticipated final eight episodes of Breaking Bad's fifth season, which is due to air on AMC 11th August.

Words by Tanya Harris

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