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Tony Goldwyn Helps Hillary Clinton Promote Her Broadway Raffle

Bryan Cranston, Tatiana Maslany, and Tony Goldwyn walk the carpet at a celebration of their Broadway play Network on Friday night (January 11) at the Rainbow Room in New York City.

The event was thrown by the American Associates of the National Theatre, the London-based theater organization that produced the original production of the play.

Tony just helped out former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with a fun video to help her promote an Omaze raffle to support the organization Onward Together.

Hillary is raffling off a chance to watch a Broadway show with her and enjoy a drink after the show.

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Bryan Cranston Doesn't Want to Do a 'Breaking Bad' Reboot

Bryan Cranston isn’t interested in bringing back Breaking Bad.

The 62-year-old actor opened up about the possibility of a reboot or film while making an appearance on SiriusXM’s Entertainment Weekly Radio.

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“If I got called to do a movie for Better Call Saul – I don’t know if it would ever happen – I would do it in a second. My experience on Breaking Bad changed my life…It gave me opportunities that would not have come,” Bryan explained.

He added, “I would go in a second but I’m not eager to rekindle. If there was talk of rebooting Breaking Bad and, ‘Oh my God, Walter White didn’t die after all,’ I wouldn’t do it. Because to me it was such a perfect beginning, middle and end. To open that up again would lessen what we did before.”

Check out all that Bryan had to say in the interview below…

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Bryan Cranston Confirms 'Breaking Bad' Movie Rumor on 'Tonight Show'!

Bryan Cranston addresses rumors about a possible Breaking Bad movie during his appearance on last night’s (January 10) episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon!

The 62-year-old actor went on to promote his new movie, The Upside, when host Jimmy couldn’t help but ask him about the future of the Albuquerque drug dealers.

“I heard a rumour that there might be a Breaking Bad movie,” Jimmy asked him.

“Let’s put it to rest,” Bryan admitted. “I can say and announce tonight in front of your audience – exclusive announcement that I can confirm there is a Breaking Bad movie… rumor that is making its way.”

Bryan also took part in in a skit where he played the nerd in Jimmy‘s high school-set musical bit with Lana Condor – Watch it after the cut!


Bryan Cranston Confirms Breaking Bad Movie Rumor

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Bryan Cranston Defends Playing Paraplegic Man in 'The Upside'

Bryan Cranston is speaking out to defend his role in the new movie The Upside, in which he plays a paraplegic billionaire.

The 62-year-old actor addressed people who questioned why the role didn’t go to a disabled actor instead of Cranston, who is able-bodied.

“The real business dynamic of that is the choice of the studios to try to see if they can make an investment into a film that could bring a return, so that wasn’t part of my decision making,” Bryan told Yahoo UK. “But I think it points out the lack of diversity in disabled actors and the lack of opportunity in order to be even considered to play the lead role in a film like this.”

“Are there any actors who have reached any kind of star status to be able to be considered? I think by not coming up with an answer to that is the answer to that. There is a dearth of opportunity for actors with a disability,” he added.

Bryan also addressed the issue in an interview with the British Press Association.

“As actors we’re asked to play other people,” he said. “If I, as a straight, older person, and I’m wealthy, I’m very fortunate, does that mean I can’t play a person who is not wealthy? Does that mean I can’t play a homosexual?”

“We live in the world of criticism; if we’re willing to get up and try something, we have to also be willing to take criticism. We’re very aware of the need to expand the opportunities for people with disabilities,” he also said, according to Sky News. “I don’t know, where does the restriction apply, where is the line for that?”

Bryan Cranston Reveals What Makes Him 'Mad as Hell' on 'The Late Show'!

Bryan Cranston appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Monday (December 10) and spoke up about what makes him “mad as hell.”

The 62-year-old actor, who is currently starring in a stage adaptation of the Oscar-winning 1976 film Network, described how prevalent the script from screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky is today after 40 years.

“It is something that brings you back to the 1970s and ships you back into 2018 quickly,” Bryan expressed. “So a lot of things that we discuss, you know, in the show about being addicted to whatever the modern technology is at the time… or how about ‘fake news,’ that’s an element we deal with. And the manipulation of audiences by having a news outlet having an agenda of what their audience [listens] to. It’s really, very prescient from what he was writing.”

Bryan then revealed that the line “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore” made famous by Peter Finch, who went on to win the Oscar, wasn’t actually the line as written by Paddy. In fact, it was originally, “I’m as mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore.”

“I think what makes me angry is people accepting duplicity and the diminishment of integrity and lack of accountability that we’re finding now in our society,” Bryan added when Stephen asked about what makes him “mad as hell.”

Watch the full interview below…


Bryan Cranston: ‘Network’ Shows Us How To Be Mad As Hell

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Tony Goldwyn, Tatiana Maslany, & Bryan Cranston Step Out for Opening Night of 'Network' on Broadway!

Tony Goldwyn, Tatiana Maslany, and Bryan Cranston buddy up on the red carpet at the opening night festivities of their Broadway show Network on Thursday night (December 6) at the Belasco Theatre in New York City.

Also stepping out for the event was Bryan‘s wife Robin Deadren.

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The play is an adaptation of the Academy Award-winning film in which anchorman Howard Beale (Cranston) unravels live on-screen. But when the ratings soar, the network seizes on its newfound prophet, and Howard becomes the biggest thing on TV.

Go check out Network on Broadway now!

10+ pictures inside of the cast at the opening night event…More Here! »

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