Breaking Bad RV to tour Toronto for 2 weeks

Toronto fans of TV's Breaking Bad will see a suspicious-looking RV touring the city over the next two weeks, as part of a DVD-release promotion.
The image above shows Walter White (as played by actor Bryan Cranston), the main character in TV's Breaking Bad, in the show's pilot episode. A replica of the RV he drove on the show will be touring Toronto for a two-week period as part of a promotional event. (Doug Hyun, AMC/Associated Press/Canadian Press)

A replica of the Breaking Bad meth lab RV is rolling into Toronto.

The look-alike mobile drug den, meant to recreate the site of Jesse and Walt's earliest cooks, begins a two-week tour of the city Tuesday to promote the drama's latest DVD and Blu-Ray releases.

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Canada says the RV will feature hazmat suits that visitors can try on, as well as gas masks and more.

Addicted fans can follow the RV's roadtrip on Twitter with @BreakingBadRV and on Facebook with Facebook.com/BreakingBadRV.

The final season is set for release Blu-Ray and DVD on Tuesday, when a 16-disc Blu-Ray box set of the entire series is also available.

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