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Actor Aaron Paul Rents Boise's Egyptian Theatre For Public 'Breaking Bad' Screening

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Actor Aaron Paul gave his fans plenty to tweet about Monday. The Idaho native says he’s rented out Boise’s Egyptian Theatre and wants everyone who can to come watch the next episode of Breaking Bad with him on Sunday. 

While the event is free, you'll need to get a ticket to get through the door. 

The Idaho Statesman writes the screening is a promotional event for PEAK Broadcasting. Tickets will be given away on PEAK's commercial radio stations.

Aaron Paul is best known for his role as Jesse Pinkman in the series Breaking Bad. Last year, he received his second Emmy Award for this role. In his acceptance speech, Paul thanked his parents for kicking him out of the house so he could follow his dreams. He also thanked the writers of AMC’s hit series for not killing off his character.

This is the final season of Breaking Bad.

Clarification: We told you Aaron Paul's event at the Egyptian is free and open to the public. While that's true, you do need a ticket and those tickets are through PEAK radio stations.  We've updated this story to clarify this.