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A Real-Life Walter White; Carol Channing Documentary


• A 75-year-old college professor has been accused of cooking drugs. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Boston professor Irina Kristy had been running a meth lab out of her home with her son. For those not familiar with the television  show “Breaking Bad,” the protagonist Walter White (Bryan Cranston) does something very similar with his former student. It seems like some people can’t tell the difference between fiction and reality. She is to be arraigned on Dec. 21. Check out Back Stage's interview with the cast of "Breaking Bad," in which Cranston reveals he shadowed a chemistry professor to research his role.

• Carol Channing will release a documentary centering around her career on Jan. 20, 2012. The film, "Carol Channing: Larger Than Life," will address the actresses lifetime accomplishments, as well as talk to those closest to the star. Read more at Playbill.com.

• Minorities may make up one-third of the U.S. population, but according to research conducted by several civil rights organizations, they only own 7.2 percent of all U.S. radio and TV stations. Read more about these findings at The Wrap.

• Actor Bill McKinney, who was featured in the 1972 "Deliverance," passed away. He was 80 years old. See his obituary at CBS News.

Pictured: Carol Channing (Photo: Getty Images)

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