Bryan Cranston doesn't want to move on from Breaking Bad
Breaking Bad, which followed the story of Walter White, a terminally ill chemistry teacher turned meth producer, was one of the most critically-acclaimed TV shows of all time
Actor Bryan Cranston played anti-hero Walter White in the popular television show Breaking Bad. To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the show, a popular American magazine brought together Cranston, Aaron Paul, Bob Odenkirk and Anna Gunn for a special reunion edition. In it, Cranston said, "You can't just move on. Something that was so indelible and meaningful in your life and you can't, and I don't want to."
"I want to hold on to those good memories of that gathering, both then and during our seven years together. So, it's a bit melancholy, actually. Bittersweet," he added.
Paul, who played his partner Jesse Pinkman, said, "I love these people. I feel blessed to have shared this incredible experience that is Breaking Bad with each and every one of these people. I remember when we were shooting the first season, Dean (Norris) and I were talking, he goes, 'You know, in ten years, we're going to look back and say, ‘Goddammit! I used to be a part of 'Breaking Bad'. And now it's crazy that 10 years have passed."
Breaking Bad, which followed the story of Walter White, a terminally ill chemistry teacher turned meth producer, became one of the most critically-acclaimed TV shows of all time, getting 58 Emmy nominations and 16 wins.
The show ran for five seasons on from January 2008 to September 2013.