Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and team behind Breaking Bad pose with bronze statues of their characters

Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and the team behind AMC’s Breaking Bad pose with bronze statues of their characters at unveiling in New Mexico

Breaking Bad has already immortalized its stars, but now they will truly live on forever in bronze.

The cast, including stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, attended a bronze statue unveiling of their characters from Breaking Bad at the convention center in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Friday.

The duo attended the event alongside Better Call Saul actress Rhea Seehorn, their co-star Dean Norris, creator Vince Gilligan and many more members of the creative team.

Permanent: Breaking Bad has already immortalized its stars, but now they will live on forever in bronze

Permanent: Breaking Bad has already immortalized its stars, but now they will live on forever in bronze

Cranston, 66, wore a long-sleeve white shirt with a thin brown bolo tie wrapped around his neck. 

He added a pair of dark blue pants with a black belt wrapped around his waist. 

The Malcolm in the Middle star’s bushy white beard completely covered his face and nearly obscured his wide grin. 

His brown-gray hair was slicked back behind his head and tucked behind his ears as well.

The unveiling: The cast, including stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, attended a bronze statue unveiling of their characters from Breaking Bad at the convention center in Albuquerque, New Mexico

The unveiling: The cast, including stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, attended a bronze statue unveiling of their characters from Breaking Bad at the convention center in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Star: Cranston, 66, wore a long-sleeve white shirt with a thin brown bolo tie wrapped around his neck

Star: Cranston, 66, wore a long-sleeve white shirt with a thin brown bolo tie wrapped around his neck

Thick beard: The Malcolm in the Middle star's bushy white beard completely covered his face and nearly obscured his wide grin

Slicked back: His brown-gray hair was slicked back and tucked behind his ears as well

Two friends: Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston laughed together while checking out the statue

Huge grin: Cranston looked joyous as he stared out at the onlooking crowd

Huge grin: Cranston looked joyous as he stared out at the onlooking crowd

Svelte: He stood alongside his longtime co-star Paul, 42, who looked casually cool in a mustard yellow button-down shirt with several buttons left undone

Svelte: He stood alongside his longtime co-star Paul, 42, who looked casually cool in a mustard yellow button-down shirt with several buttons left undone

He stood alongside his longtime co-star Paul, 42, who looked casually cool in a mustard yellow button-down shirt with several buttons left undone.

He wore a green suede blazer and matching trousers with the ensemble as he leaned casually against the statue of his character. 

The Westworld star added a pair of big brown, Timberland boots to the svelte look as well. 

Relaxed: He wore a green suede blazer and matching trousers with the ensemble as he leaned casually against the statue of his character

Relaxed: He wore a green suede blazer and matching trousers with the ensemble as he leaned casually against the statue of his character

Capturing the moment: Paul was so excited at the event that he took pictures on his large film camera

Capturing the moment: Paul was so excited at the event that he took pictures on his large film camera

Creator: The duo posed with the large bronze busts of themselves and the show's creator, Vince Gilligan who stood in between the two large statues

Creator: The duo posed with the large bronze busts of themselves and the show’s creator, Vince Gilligan who stood in between the two large statues

Drinking it in: The 55-year-old took a moment to drink in a view of the permanent statues commemorating the characters he helped create

Drinking it in: The 55-year-old took a moment to drink in a view of the permanent statues commemorating the characters he helped create

Big grin: White grinned up at the character he won four Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Big grin: White grinned up at the character he won four Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series

Paul was so excited at the event that he took pictures on his large film camera. 

The duo posed with the large bronze busts of themselves and the show’s creator, Vince Gilligan who stood in between the two large statues. 

He wore a dark gray shirt and a black pair of trousers. His dark gray hair was combed over to one side and he wore thick glasses as well. 

The 55-year-old took a moment to drink in a view of the permanent statues commemorating the characters he helped create. 

Chic dress: Rhea Seehorn showed up to the event in a bright green dress and waved to the crowd

Chic dress: Rhea Seehorn showed up to the event in a bright green dress and waved to the crowd

Co-star: One of Paul and Cranston's co-stars on the show Dean Norris, who played Cranston's character's brother-in-law Hank, posed at the event with Paul

Co-star: One of Paul and Cranston’s co-stars on the show Dean Norris, who played Cranston’s character’s brother-in-law Hank, posed at the event with Paul

Blown away: Paul looked blown away at the statue's along with Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller

Blown away: Paul looked blown away at the statue’s along with Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller

Selfies: Cranston took photos with the show's fans ahead of the big moment

Selfies: Cranston took photos with the show’s fans ahead of the big moment

Wide-eyed: Paul looked shocked at how much the statue looks like him

Head pat: Cranston rubbed his own character's head

Touching the statues: The two stars kept touching the statues

Riling up the crowd: Paul seemed to rile up the crowd outside of the center

Riling up the crowd: Paul seemed to rile up the crowd outside of the center

One of Paul and Cranston’s co-stars on the show Dean Norris, who played Cranston’s character’s brother-in-law Hank, posed at the event with Paul in a blue suit jacket black shirt and pants. 

Always a pair who embrace fans, Cranston and Paul stopped to rile up the crowd and took selfies with lucky onlookers. 

They then gathered with much of the show’s creative team for a group shot while their bronze replicas loomed behind them. 

Group shot: They then gathered with much of the show's creative team for a group shot while their bronze replicas loomed behind them

Group shot: They then gathered with much of the show’s creative team for a group shot while their bronze replicas loomed behind them

Cast and crew: Paul held tightly to supervising producer Trina Slopy at the event

Cast and crew: Paul held tightly to supervising producer Trina Slopy at the event

Years of great television: Breaking Bad ran on AMC for five seasons from 2008 to 2013

Years of great television: Breaking Bad ran on AMC for five seasons from 2008 to 2013

White and Pinkman: Cranston played Walter White, a terminally-ill chemistry teacher in New Mexico who makes and deals methamphetamine with a former student Jesse Pinkman

White and Pinkman: Cranston played Walter White, a terminally-ill chemistry teacher in New Mexico who makes and deals methamphetamine with a former student Jesse Pinkman

Breaking Bad ran on AMC for five seasons from 2008 to 2013. Cranston played Walter White, a terminally-ill chemistry teacher in New Mexico who makes and deals methamphetamine with a former student Jesse Pinkman, played by Paul. 

The show received tons of critical acclaim, including 16 Primetime Emmy Awards and two Peabody Awards. 

It also stars Norris, Anna Gunn, RJ Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks and many more well-known actors and actresses.  

Years of acclaim: The show received tons of critical acclaim, including 16 Primetime Emmy Awards and two Peabody Awards

Attention to detail: The stars' statues looked almost exactly like them

Years of acclaim: The show received tons of critical acclaim, including 16 Primetime Emmy Awards and two Peabody Awards

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