This week, Bryan Cranston has warm words for Walt on Good Morning America, while New Zealand’s Stuff calls Season 4 one of TV’s best ever. Plus, RJ Mitte gets his turn in front of the mike on ESPN Radio. Read on for more:
• While promoting his new film, Argo, Bryan Cranston shows up on ABC’s Good Morning America and calls Walt “the best role I will ever have, and I’m fine with that. I’m embracing that.”
• New Zealand’s Stuff considers Season 4 “one of the greatest single seasons of television ever, not just of this show.”
• On The Howard Stern Show, Bryan Cranston shares his own theory on how Breaking Bad might end. Cranston also explains to the San Jose Mercury News that playing Walt has made him “realize that everyone is capable of exploding and becoming very dangerous. Given the right set of circumstances.”
• Bryan Cranston credits “the astonishing show that Breaking Bad is” for creating the other TV and movie opportunities that he’s received, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. And, he talks to Metro about his versatile resume.
• RJ Mitte talks to ESPN Radio about working with Bryan Cranston: “He’s definitely raised the bar and I wouldn’t be the same person if I didn’t have Breaking Bad in my life.”
• WhatCulture‘s list of seven shocking TV moments that made “a good TV show a great TV show” includes a discovery from the Season 4 finale.
• According to The Hollywood Reporter, the cast of Ben Affleck’s Argo, including Bryan Cranston, will accept the Hollywood Ensemble Acting Award at the 16th annual Hollywood Film Awards later this month.
• TVLine offers a preview of NBC’s 30 Rock that features Bryan Cranston playing a character that “couldn’t differ more” from Walt.
• New York Magazine has David Costabile (Gale) in the trailer for Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln.Read More