Bryan Cranston Says We May Have Gotten the ‘Breaking Bad’ Ending All Wrong

Just a warning, if you haven’t yet seen the series finale of Breaking Bad, you’ll probably want to stop reading this now. It contains a pretty significant spoiler. While on CNN promoting his new film Godzilla, Bryan Cranston indulged the interviewer’s theory that Walter White didn’t actually die in the final scene of Breaking Bad. In response to her suggestion that White could have been taken into custody (only to later break out of prison), Cranston said: “You never saw a bag zip up or anything.” When asked point blank if Walter White died at the end, he replied, “I don’t know.” Of course, Cranston is known as a good-natured prankster, so it all could have just been tongue-in-cheek. But, much of the cast from Breaking Bad has agreed to appear in the upcoming prequel series Better Call Saul. So, could Walter White have lived? Is reuniting with series creator Vince Gilligan to revisit their meth king character in the cards? According to Cranston, “Never say never” …

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