Inside Rolling Stone's 'Breaking Bad' Cover Shoot With Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul
Actors crack jokes and cradle lambs in the California desert

"Walter White does make the cleanest rock around," Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston jokes at the shoot for their Rolling Stone cover. "So I guess that's as close to a rock star as Walter White will come."

But Cranston and co-star Aaron Paul, who met up with us and some baby lambs in Santa Clarita, California, on a Saturday morning for the shoot, felt very rock-star being on the cover of the mag. In fact, it prompted Cranston to break into song as you can see at the beginning of the clip.

Being on the cover of Rolling Stone isn't the only rock-god treatment they get, as Cranston tells us. He recounted one letter from a fan in Boston who wanted to sleep with Paul while Cranston was there. She left her number, photo, everything. "So we did that," Cranston joked.

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