Every American alive since 1969 is familiar with the story of Charles Manson — cult leader and the orchestrator of at least seven murders — whether they want to be or not. Actor Bryan Cranston, however, is one of the unlucky few to have an actual memory of the man. ... More »
Charles Manson's death caused Bryan Cranston to remember an unsettling run-in he had with the killer cult leader back in 1968. The Breaking Bad star took to Twitter to detail the memory of when he and his cousin went horseback riding at the Spahn Ranch and stumbled upon the "little man with crazy eyes whom the [...]
Actor Bryan Cranston crossed paths with cult leader and serial killer Charles Manson when he was a kid. Manson died on Sunday at age 83. Cranston said that he was "within his grasp" about a year before the brutal murders occurred inShow More Summary
The actor says he saw Manson firsthand at a ranch in Los Angeles in 1968.
You don't have to sit in the stalls to watch Bryan Cranston act up a storm in 'Network' in London. You can eat alongside him, too.
Bryan Cranston is living in London right now, starring in the National Theatre’s production of Network for director Ivo van Hove. And, earlier this month, his new film Last Flag Flying, directed by Richard Linklater, opened in the US. Show More Summary
Remember how everyone hated Skyler White because she was mean to her murderous drug lord husband? That, my friends, was because there exists within our society a knee-jerk need to distrust, tear down and hate women and to exert powe...
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The Emmy-winning actor opened up about how “the Weinsteins and Spaceys of the world” could make comebacks. It’s not the question we should be pondering right now.
Bryan Cranston has already laid out the framework for Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey’s return to Hollywood.
How about no. In a recent interview with BBC, Bryan Cranston condemned the inappropriate behavior from the likes of Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey — and while that's great, he fell short when asked if "there's a way back for the Weinsteins and Spaceys of the world." And this all comes after Cranston said Spacey's career was [...]
Given the deluge of sexual misconduct allegations in Hollywood, pretty much every famous type is being questioned about their stance on the issue.
“It would take time,” the "Breaking Bad" actor said. "It would take a society to forgive them."
As allegations of sexual assault and harassment continue to send shockwaves through Hollywood, Bryan Cranston told the BBC that if two of the accused — Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein — take years to work through their “psychological and emotional problems,” maybe they can be welcomed back into the industry. ... More »
Bryan Cranston thinks there is a potential way back for Hollywood figures accused of sexual harassment or assault like Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey. He says it would take time, society's forgiveness, and a "tremendous contrition...Show More Summary
The "Breaking Bad" star sees a chance at a second act for Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein.
A stage adaptation, directed by Ivo van Hove, confirms the prophecy of a 1976 movie about populist rage and manipulative technology
In London’s National Theatre adaptation of ‘Network,’ Cranston plays Howard Beale, the crazed, truth-telling newscaster, with a commanding fury and sense of bewilderment.
Actor Bryan Cranston has blasted fellow Hollywood heavyweight Kevin Spacey over the multiple allegations of sexual assault and harassment that have been brought against him, with the “Breaking Bad” star going so far as to declare that Spacey will never … More » The post Bryan Cranston Says Kevin Spacey’s Career Is Over appeared first on EveryJoe.