Bryan Cranston spoke about his return to Walter White, his signature character, and how he got back into the role for El Camino.
Bryan Cranston remembers how he learned to cope with rejection as an actor about ten years after a disastrous early audition:
Bryan Cranston talks about his early career challenges and how that prepared him for his future work.
“You know, it’s not imperative that you get along with your co-stars; it’s like your in-laws — it just makes things easier” – Bryan Cranston
“Heisenberg and Breaking Bad became this avalanche. And I had to step away from it so I didn’t get swallowed up by Walter White.” – Bryan Cranston
Cranston and Jason Segel talk about their approach to acting, their shared roots in television, and playing real-life authors
Download the screenplay to ‘Trumbo’, starring Bryan Cranston
“I think audiences want to watch characters go through something, so it’s kind of okay to leave things a little messy, a little undone, if we can be truthful to that.” – Susan Heyward on rehearsing
Bryan Cranston on his actor preparation: “The character starts outside of you and [you use] your imagination and own personal experience.”
“As an actor you need to be willing to be embarrassed or humiliated when it’s appropriate, it’s called for — and it was for this film.” – Bryan Cranston
Between the early buzz on Trumbo and the excitement over the announcement that HBO is doing an adaptation of Broadway’s All The Way, Bryan Cranston doesn’t need to worry about his Breaking Bad fame fading anytime soon.
Watch: Bryan Cranston’s Emmy Award Speech: “I love to act. It is a passion of mine and I will do it until my last breath.”