Aaron Paul and his Pretty Bird attend the Super Bowl to promote his first post-Breaking Bad project

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Aaron Paul has been sizzling hot in the wake of the finale of his critically praised series Breaking Bad.

So he rode that wave of acclaim all the way to the world's most watched television event, the Super Bowl.

The 34-year-old actor and his wife Lauren Parsekian braved the freezing weather in New Jersey to attend Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday.


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The trailer to his new film, Need for Speed, was prominently featured in one of the coveted commercial breaks on the broadcast.

The Idaho native wore all black, giving no indication which team, the Denver Broncos or Seattle Seahawks, he favored in the big game.

He had on black pants, a black sweater, black pea coat and brown, high-top leather boots with the laces untied.

His gorgeous blonde wife wore tight black pants tucked into knee-high black lace-up boots, a white shirt and a puffy, mid-thigh-length royal blue parka with a blue knitted cap.

She wore fingerless gloves and clutched a cup of coffee as the couple exited a Bowery hotel on their way to MetLife Stadium.

Both of them wore VIP Super Bowl lanyards with their access passes in them.

Once at the game, Aaron mingled with Fox football talent Jimmy Johnson and Michael Strahan, who was just inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame and also co-hosts Kelly and MIchael with Kelly Ripa.

His action crime drama Need for Speed opens March 14 in the U.S.

The film is about a street racer, recently released from prison, who joins a cross country race to enact revenge on the wealthy businessman who framed him.

The film also stars Dakota Johnson, Imogen Poots and Dominic Cooper.

Aaron has two other films in the works: A Long Way Down, co-starring Poots, Rosamund Pike, Toni Collette and Pierce Brosnan; and the historical epic Exodus with Christian Bale and Ben Kingsley.

He'll also make a return to TV with a role in BooJack Horseman: A Tale of Fear, Loathing and Animals, an animated series with Will Arnett and Amy Sedaris.

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