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A Hollywood Couple Is Expecting In The Hollywood Minute

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  Original Published: 9/12/2013 Breaking Bad fans can breath a sigh of relief. A Hollywood couple is expecting. And Clint Eastwood's marriage may be on the rocks. Melisa Raney has your entertainment headlines in today's Hollywood Minute. Better call Saul! "Breaking Bad" fans can continue to get their fix after the epic series ends this fall. AMC and Sony Pictures Television confirm a spin-off is in the works, featuring Bob Odenkirk in a prequel that will focus on the evolution of the popular Saul Goodman character before he ever became Walter White's lawyer. The working title for the new series is, of course, "Better Call Saul." Another Hollywood couple is about to become proud parents. "The Office" star, John Krasinski, and his wife, actress Emily Blunt, are expecting a baby. The two have been married since 2010. Clint Eastwood and his wife, Dina, have apparently separated. The Monterey County Herald reports Mrs. Eastwood filed papers there, and is asking for shared custody of their teenage daughter. The 83-year-old Eastwood is currently in Los Angeles directing the musical "Jersey Boys."
   
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