It's been 10 years since Breaking Bad first aired, and its star Bryan Cranston admits he still finds the experience "overwhelming".
Wes Anderson's latest stop motion production 'Isle of Dogs' is a playful, quirky endeavour all about the role of the dog, it also explores pertinent, relevant themes.
Wes Anderson may generally be able to do no wrong in the eyes of most critics, but his latest movie is drawing some rare flack.
Given the deluge of sexual misconduct allegations in Hollywood, pretty much every famous type is being questioned about their stance on the issue.
Bryan Cranston and Steve Carell take Laurence Fishburne on an unexpected trip to New York City in the official trailer for Richard Linker’s new movie “Last Flag Flying.” The trailer starts with Cranston and Carell together in a car. The two play old friends. “You know what amazes me about you?” Carell asks. “Could be... Read more »
The Weinstein Company has chosen “The Upside” as the title for its remake of “The Intouchables,” starring Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart. Nicole Kidman also stars along with Julianna Margulies and Aja Naomi King. Producers are Jason Blumenthal, Todd Black, and Harvey Weinstein. Filming took place in Philadelphia and New York in March. Neil Burger... Read more »
The left needs Donald Trump to go away yesterday, while the right feels the same about Hillary Clinton. Someone like… Oprah Winfrey or Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson? “Everyone keeps talking about The Rock for president,” said Scott Eastwood (Snowden).
From Heisenberg to Lyndon B. Johnson, you have to doff your cap to the range of Bryan Cranston. For though it may not look like it, this is he playing the ‘accidental’ US president for an HBO adaptation of the stage play 'All The Way’. - Real Names of Hollywood Stars - New Dad’s Army Movie Still - Is Daniel Craig Nearly Done With Bond? Cranston played the role on stage too, but this make up really is pretty remarkable.