As we mentioned last week, it doesn't seem that there are any official discussions about bringing this show back, but, if Bryan Cranston is interested in returning, it may be enough to get Fox or another network to develop a revival series. Fox has already brought back its beloved series 24 with the event series 24: Live Another Day last year. The network is also bringing The X-Files back to the small screen with an untitled series slated to debut in January.
Ironically, back in 2013, shortly after the Breaking Bad finale aired, an "alternate ending" surfaced where Bryan Cranston's Hal woke up from a vivid dream, describing his drug-dealing ways as Walter White to his TV wife Jane Kaczmarek, which connected Malcolm in the Middle to Breaking Bad in a humorous fashion. It isn't known if Jane Kaczmarek, Christopher Masterson, Justin Berfield and Erik Per Sullivan would be willing to reprise their roles for this potential revival. Both Justin Berfield and Erik Per Sullivan have stepped away from acting altogether since the show went off the air, so it isn't known if they would be interested in coming back. Would you like to see the show get revived? Let us know what you think, and stay tuned for more updates.Read More
After the massive success of Breaking Bad, which ended its run in 2013, Bryan Cranston returns to the small screen with a new animated TV series from Crackle entitled SuperMansion. Following the first photo released back in April, the streaming service has released a new trailer, before the show debuts Thursday, October 8. Fans will get to see the first three episodes on the premiere date, with new episodes debuting every Thursday thereafter until December 17.
From the studio that brought you Robot Chicken, comes a new animated Crackle Original Series, SuperMansion. Producer and star Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) voices Titanium Rex, leader of The League of Freedom, a motley band of super heroes that has seen better days. SuperMansion also stars the voices of Seth Green, Keegan Michael Key, Jillian Bell, Chris Pine, Tucker Gilmore, Tom Root, Heidi Lynn Gardner and Zeb Wells.Read More
Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston has signed on to join James Franco in the upcoming 20th Century Fox comedy Why Him? We first reported on the project back in February, when James Franco signed on to star for producers Shawn Levy and Ben Stiller. Production is scheduled to begin this coming February in Los Angeles.
The story centers on a father (Bryan Cranston) from the Midwest who decides to travel with his family to visit their daughter at college over the holiday season. The dad gets quite a surprise when he meets her new tech billionaire boyfriend (James Franco). A bitter rivalry ensues between the father and his daughter's boyfriend that quickly spirals out of control.Read More
A lot of fans were disappointed that they won't get to see Bryan Cranston as Lex Luthor in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. But the actor's dream of playing a superhero is finally coming to fruition with the new Crackle series SuperMansion. We have a first look at the show with Bryan Cranston's stop-motion alter ego, Titanium Rex!
Titanium Rex is just one of the many superheroes on the stop-motion animated comedy series SuperMansion, which will debut all 13 episodes on Crackle this fall. Rex is an elderly has-been hero who heads 'The League of Freedom'. These beleaguered do-gooders are attempting to stay relevant in the modern world, and miserably failing one secret mission at a time.Read More
Good Films announced today that principal photography on Ellen Brown Furman's adaptation of The Infiltrator is underway in London, before production moves to Florida at the end of April. With director Brad Furman (The Lincoln Lawyer) at the helm, the cast includes Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony-Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston, Diane Kruger, John Leguizamo, Benjamin Bratt, Elena Anaya (THE SKIN I LIVE IN), Olympia Dukakis, Juliet Aubrey and Academy Award and Tony Award nominated Amy Ryan.
Set amidst the lavish excess of the 1980s, The Infiltrator tells the story of Robert Mazur AKA Robert Musella, who became a pivotal player for drug lords cleaning their dirty cash. He traded on mob connections to become the confidant to scores of the international underworld, and the bankers who enabled them. Laying his life on the line, he infiltrated the globe's largest cartels and discovered just how deep into society their influence extended. Based on the true story of a fearless undercover agent, The Infiltrator is a heart-stopping account of one of history's most elaborate stings. The operation reeled in key players in a chain stretching all the way to Escobar. Their arrests would lead to the collapse of the Bank of Credit and Commerce International, and shake the black economy to its core.Read More
Following his epic five-season turn as drug kingpin Walter White on AMC's Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston takes on a whole new industry and time period in the first photo from the biopic Trumbo.
Bryan Cranston portrays Dalton Trumbo, one of Hollywood's most successful screenwriters in the 1940s, whose career came screeching to a halt after he refused to testify in front of the House Un-American Activities Committee in 1947, at the height of the Cold War. This biopic, directed by Jay Roach, shows how he took a stand against Sen. Joseph McCarthy's Communist witch hunt. This resulted in him being blacklisted from the Hollywood studio system, while also serving an 11-month prison sentence for contempt and clashing with anti-Communist gossip columnist Hedda Hopper (Helen Mirren).Read More