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Author: admin | Date: Nov 16th, 2012 | Leave a Comment | Categories: Breaking Bad, Gallery, Season01, Stills
I filled the gallery with stills, bts and promotional photos of “Breaking Bad” season01:
Hello everyone and thanks for visiting!
This is the official launch of the first Bryan Cranston fansite (at least as far as I’m aware). “Malcolm in the Middle” and “Breaking Bad” are two of my favorite series and I was thrilled to see Bryan play amazingly these two completely different characters.
Everything is still kind of under construction as Bryan has a huge career and it will take some time to catch up with everything. For now our gallery has his latest appearances in public events during 2012. I have some stuff related to his projects ready to upload but I want to update the gallery while working on the pages so I’ll make small project spotlight updating gallery, pages and maybe interviews/videos depending on the project.
Feel free to take a look around and save our page to visit us again for more updates on this talented man.
I added the last set of 2012 event photos in the gallery and I think our next step will be the photoshoots part.
Bryan Cranston tried out for a role in Alexander Payne’s next project, the road-trip movie “Nebraska,” but probably won’t get the role, the director told The Huffington Post today.
More photos of Bryan during 2012 events are added in the gallery:
Maybe we’ll be lucky enough to get the first on set photos with Bryan for this film:
Starting working on the gallery and I uploaded photos of Bryan attending public events earlier this year including Golden Globes, SAG Awards, DGA Awards and more.
Author: admin | Date: Mar 12th, 2012 | Leave a Comment | Categories: Breaking Bad, Interviews, The Handlers
posted by vulture.com on December 20th, 2010
When last we left Bryan Cranston on AMC’s Breaking Bad, he’d just — possible spoiler! — offed a competitor to re-secure his $15 million salary as New Mexico’s top meth-maker. But a quick look at his IMDb page shows that Cranston’s been no less industrious during Bad‘s off-season: By his own count, he’s managed to squeeze six projects into the time since Bad‘s third season wrapped in January (and before its fourth begins shooting next month). Up next you can see him in The Handlers, an eight-episode web-based political comedy series, that he’ll star in and produce, premiering on Atom.com January 4. We spoke with Cranston last week — on the morning his first-ever Golden Globe nomination was announced — about Handlers, and why he’s not mad about being ineligible for an Emmy next year.
Congratulations on your Golden Globe nomination.
Nominees always claim that they were sleeping when they found out … Were you really?
posted by collider.com on December 29th, 2010
The Handlers is an Atom.com exclusive web series about a group of ambitious campaign operatives determined to claw their way to the top of their game. They will do whatever it takes to get hapless candidate Jack Power (Bryan Cranston) elected to a post as State Senator, whether he likes it or not. Based on a French concept called Henaut President, the eight-episode series premieres on January 4th, and then series star Bryan Cranston returns to his Emmy Award-winning performance as Walter White on AMC’s hit television series Breaking Bad, which goes into production for Season 4 on January 13th.
In a recent exclusive phone interview with Collider, the very busy Bryan Cranston talked about the fun of doing a web series that is a humorous and racy look at politics, his hopes that it will continue for future episodes, how nerve-wracking it was to host Saturday Night Live this past October, what his favorite skits were, how he’s looking forward to returning to Breaking Bad, and that he prefers to not know where his character is headed so that he can be as surprised as everyone else. He also talked about his roles in the feature films Larry Crowne, The Lincoln Lawyer and Drive, all due out in 2011. Check out what he had to say after the jump:
Question: How did you get involved with this web series, The Handlers?