Who said Walter White died in that laboratory? The meth king - aka Bryan Cranston - made a surprise comeback during Above & Beyond's Electric Daisy Carnival performance on Saturday. 

Bryan CranstonBryan Cranston made a comeback as Walter White this past weekend

The American actor joined the British trance crew for their 2013 track Walter White, appearing onstage and demanding that festivalgoers "say my name" - a nod to the classic line from Vince Gilligan's show.

"Leaving EDC - Vegas right now. Pulled an all nighter. Old, my ass... Old, my head. Old, my feet... Happy Fathers Day," Cranston tweeted after his appearance.

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Fans of Breaking Bad still regularly speculate on the future of Walter White, given the ambiguity of the series finale. Cranston himself quipped to CNN that viewers "never saw a [body] bag zip up or anything". 

There were rumours that Cranston and Aaron Paul - who played Jesse Pinkan - were to reprise their roles for Gilligan's prequel series Better Call Saul though neither appeared in the first season. 

".the sky is the limit and any of these characters could conceivably show up in future seasons," the Breaking Bad creator said.

In the meantime, Cranston has numerous movie projects in some form of development, including Drumbo, a biopic of Hollywood screenwriter, Dalton Trumbo who was blacklisted in the 1940s for being a Communist. He also stars in the upcoming comedy Get a Job, with Anna Kendrick, Alison Brie and Miles Teller.

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