HitFix Interview: Bryan Cranston talks Golden Globe nomination
Bryan Cranston has won three Emmys for his meth-making role on "Breaking Bad," and he's just scored some more respect from the foreign press (which previously nominated him for "Malcolm in the Middle") with his third Golden Globes nomination. I talked to the ever-loquacious Cranston about the latest critical kudos for his portrayal of Walter White and why he has no idea what's next for the troubled character.
We're getting used to seeing you at these awards shows for "Breaking Bad." Is it almost old hat now?
No, it doesn't get old, and I think it's because I never want to expect it or feel I'm entitled to it or any sensibility like that. I just put my head down and go to work. And if you do that, you're never disappointed.
Aren't you a little curious to find out what will happen to Walter?