Click now to see "The Dangerous Book For Boys" Trailer Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Precious Roy here with a trailer for THE DANGEROUS BOOK FOR BOYS, a new Amazon show! Bryan Cranston (BREAKING BAD) developed and createdShow More Summary
It’s all well and good to romanticize the childhoods of the ’80s, when kids biked around freely and made complicated contraptions to prank unsuspecting adults. But what about the kids of today? You can warn them about the dangers asShow More Summary
The new series from Bryan Cranston, which premieres next month and is the focus of a new trailer released today (watch it below), may surprise viewers who know Cranston mainly from “Breaking Bad.” “The Dangerous Book for Boys,” based on...
Press release from Amazon, Feb. 20, 2018: On Friday, March 30, Amazon will premiere all six episodes of Prime Original family series The Dangerous Book for Boys on Prime Video. Executive-produced by Emmy-winning Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Greg Mottola (Superbad),...
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You can bookmark the premiere date for Amazon Prime’s The Dangerous Book for Boys. The streamer said today that its single-camera comedy series from Emmy-winning Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston and Superbad director Greg Mottola will...Show More Summary
A new year, a new you, but the same need for reading fantastic books. I have the perfect list to kick off 2018! This month's must-read list features irresistible bad boys, sexy bodyguards, dangerously dirty men on motorcycles, and many more book boyfriends to swoon you into the new year! Related The 2018 POPSUGAR Reading Challenge Is Here!
Kyan Zielinski is set as a series regular on The Dangerous Book for Boys, Amazon's new single-camera comedy series, from Emmy-winning Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston and Superbad director Greg Mottola. Created by Cranston and Mottola...Show More Summary
Following her surprising exit from CBS’ Kevin Can Wait, Erinn Hayes has quickly been tapped as the female lead of another comedy series, Amazon’s single-camera The Dangerous Book for Boys, from Emmy-winning Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston and Superbad director Greg Mottola. Show More Summary
Bryan Cranston is ready to get back into family-friendly entertainment. The Breaking Bad star, who was well-known for his roles in comedies like Seinfeld, The King of Queens, and Malcolm in the Middle before his career exploded with his riveting and dangerous role as meth kingpin Walter White, has... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Bryan Cranston
The project was previously set up at NBC and landed at the retail giant/streaming service with a straight-to-series order. read more
Amazon is making a push in family entertainment with The Dangerous Book for Boys, an original half-hour single-camera series from Emmy-winning Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston and Superbad director Greg Mottola, which has received aShow More Summary
Running from and to danger is this week’s apparent theme in home entertainment. A little boy raised in the jungle must flee for his life in Disney’s outstanding new version of The Jungle Book, a German seeks refuge in rural France in Liebmann, and gay Aussie teen just released from prison returns to the scene [...]
Just because this news is just breaking now, doesn't mean it's bad! In fact, it's AH-Mazing! Emmy-award winning Bryan Cranston just got some more golden news! The project he's been attached to produce, The Dangerous Book For Boys, was just bought by NBC! Bryan is the one who knocks it out of the park! Bryan's production company Moon [...]
On the heels of his double Emmy win for Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston has made his first major TV sale as a producer — single-camera comedy The Dangerous Book For Boys. In a very competitive situation, the project based on Conn and Hal Iggulden's guidebook has landed at NBC with a significant penalty. Show More Summary
Ah, summer. What a great time for boys to read “The Dangerous Book for Boys.” First released in the U.K. in 2006 and the U.S. in 2007, the book is filled with useful information on how to make knots in a rope, build a go-kart or treehouse,...Show More Summary
In June, the bestselling The Dangerous Book for Boys was optioned by Bryan Cranston’s production company. In July, Richard Linklater released his twelve-year in the making, magnum opus, Boyhood. Their films are part of a growing interest...Show More Summary
You're goddamn right you won, Bryan Cranston! Bryan's Moon Shot Entertainment just optioned the rights to Conn and Hal Iggulden’s The Dangerous Book for Boys, with plans to develop the material into a TV show. What's even cooler is that Moon Shot has a first look deal with Sony Pictures TV! So, who knows? Maybe this will [...]
THE DANGEROUS BOOK FOR BOYS, frequently plugged here at InstaPundit, is now in development as a TV series. Cool.