Bryan Cranston to reveal Breaking Bad's 'secrets and lies' in memoir
"Walt taught me a lot - some of it useful, some of it dangerous."
Bryan Cranston, like the rest of us, really loves Breaking Bad and wishes it wasn't over, so much so that he is currently penning a memoir discussing his time on the show.
The actor has signed a deal with publisher Scribner for the book, which will focus on the six years Cranston spent among the dust in Albuquerque.
"Walter White taught me a lot -- some of it useful, some of it dangerous," he said in a statement, adding that he plans "to tell the stories of my life and reveal the secrets and lies that I lived with for six years shooting Breaking Bad."
Cranston, who will next be seen running away from a green screen in Godzilla, won Lead Actor Emmys for the show in 2008, 2009 and 2010 and also directed several episodes.
His co-star Aaron Paul has not been able to stop talking about the series since he departed it either, recently musing that he imagines Jesse to now be working as a carpenter in Alaska.
As an added Breaking Bad nostalgia bonus, here's a video of the pair reading the script for the show's final episode together for the first time:
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