Cranston said he actually was that character—“We actually had a kissing scene together!”
Cranston: Certainly, I wanted to be there for these two actors and Ray Campbell, who was leaving us as well.
“[Walter White] goes into this arena that he is completely unprepared,” Cranston said.
The Daily Beast asked Cranston to pick his favorite Walter White moments.
The Daily Beast spoke with Cranston about life after Walter White, the amazing close to Breaking Bad, and his future roles.
To Cranston and Truman, as well as to the captains of the —th, there seemed every reason to push ahead.
And again Cranston found it hard to control his muscles—and his temper.
Cranston's roof, however, was one of the two to the right, and thither Davies turned.
"You write to Mr. Davies's mother, Agatha," Mrs. Cranston had said.
"Just 4.15," said Cranston, glancing at his watch as soon as it was possible to see.