The world-renowned television series "Breaking Bad" has captured the hearts of millions of viewers with its captivating storyline and iconic characters. One of the most recognizable figures from the show, actor Bryan Cranston, is set to have a piece of his wardrobe auctioned off to the highest bidder.
Cranston's underwear, worn throughout all seasons of the series, including the pilot episode, is estimated to reach a price of $5,000 according to Prop Store, the organizer of the sale.
A World of Props and Costumes on the Auction Block
The "Breaking Bad" underwear is just one item in a collection of over 1,000 television and entertainment props and costumes, including dresses worn by actress Pamela Anderson and singer Kelly Osbourne during their appearances on "Dancing with the Stars," Johnny Depp's cowboy boots from 21 Jump Street, and a light-up helmet from Alien.
With starting prices ranging from $1,250 to $5,000, fans of these popular shows will have the chance to own a piece of their favorite series. "This is a set decoration 'closet' pair of White's underwear," the listing for Cranston's briefs reads.
"The cotton and polyester briefs (size 40 inches) features a white elastic waistband with blue and goldenrod details, though the elasticity is largely lost." The starting price for the iconic underwear is $1,250, with the estimate currently sitting between $2,500 and $5,000.
"Breaking Bad," a crime drama that ran from 2008 to 2013, tells the story of a high school chemistry teacher named Walter White, played by Cranston, whose financial struggles lead him down a dark and dangerous path. The series features a talented cast, including Aaron Paul and Bob Odenkirk, and has been widely praised for its writing, acting, and cinematography.
Fans of the series now have the opportunity to own a piece of the iconic show, with the auction of Cranston's underwear and other props and costumes from various sets. Whether it's for nostalgia or as an investment, the upcoming auction promises to be a unique and exciting event for fans of "Breaking Bad" and fans of television and entertainment props.