Tuesday afternoon we headed over to a Tribeca Film Festival panel with “Breaking Bad” actor Bryan Cranston.
Near the start of the discussion, a popular clip from the Emmy-winning show was played and Cranston turned to watch. The audience could see Cranston’s silhouette against the backdrop of the series.
It’s a moment any “Breaking Bad” fan will appreciate.
Before the clip started rolling, Cranston was asked whether it’s scary to play the role of a chemistry-teacher-turned-meth-cook on screen.
“No, it’s catnip,” he said. “It’s what actors love. You get a character like this once in a career — if you’re lucky. It was an easy decision for me to want to do it.”
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