This week American Superstar Magazine chats with Bryan Cranston about good writing and The Lincoln Lawyer, while Patch lauds the actor for his role in the movie.
• Bryan Cranston talks to American Superstar Magazine about the importance of good writing: “It doesn’t matter to me what medium something is. It could be a children’s play. If it’s well-written, I could be very interested in doing it.”
• Patch‘s review of The Lincoln Lawyer calls Bryan Cranston “the best actor currently working on TV” while lauding his “small but very enjoyable role as a cop” in the film.
• Michaela Conlin talks to PopEater and compliments Bryan Cranston, her co-star in The Lincoln Lawyer: “He was so generous and so smart. I learned so much just from standing next to him. It was like taking a master class in acting.”
• TV Squad points to Breaking Bad while arguing that AMC “has become a breeding ground for high-quality drama.”
• Screen Junkies names Giancarlo Esposito in its list of the 10 best movies with black actors, explaining that No. 5, Malcolm X, “introduced a bevy of future TV and movie stars, including Giancarlo Esposito, Laurence Fishburne, Tisha Campbell, Samuel L. Jackson, John Turturro, Jasmine Guy and Denzel Washington.”
• A Daemon’s TV review of last week’s episode of CSI: Miami mentions guest star Raymond Cruz: “I freaking love this guy. He’s as type-cast as they come, but I thought he was amazing as Tuco on Breaking Bad.”
• JohnJohnSaidIt notes that you can find Bob Odenkirk in Chicago in June at the TBS Presents a “very Funny” Festival: Just for Laughs.Read More