"Breaking Bad" Stars Reveal...Something That Disappoints ALL Of Us

Look, I'm a capitalist. I'm thrilled to read about stars like Jay-Z who parlayed initial success into investments that have yielded endless riches. I hear that Chris Pratt is now doing the same.

AND...I'm one of those people that believe "Breaking Bad" is one of the best shows I've ever seen.

So count my feelings as...mixed...about this latest announcement from Breaking Bad stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul.

They've been posting teasers that fans have been convinced are about the rumored upcoming “Breaking Bad” movie. Well, the two finally revealed what their collaboration really is…

Instead of a movie or a spin-off, Cranston and Paul have been working on… booze. They’re launching a new brand of Mezcal, a Mexican alcohol made of agave. Rather than the “Los Pollos Hermanos” fast food joint, they’re calling the booze "Dos Hombres" in honor of their “special bond” as friends and longtime co-stars.

“Three years ago we sat in a sushi bar in New York talking about life and what we could do down the road together,” Cranston writes on Instagram. “It’s been a long and crazy journey and we couldn’t be happier to share this with you and the rest of the world.”

I'm not the only one disappointed. Fans in the comments are calling the announcement “the biggest let down in history.”

Cranston's post is below:

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