Bryan Cranston speaks about Breaking Bad fan theory on The Tonight Show. Cranston opened up with Jimmy Fallon on Aug. 10 about his contraction with Covid-19 in March. The 64-year-old actor tested positive when Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson came out.
“They came out with it right away, and I thought ‘That’s great,’” he told Fallon. “There’s no need for another celebrity to say, ‘Hey, I got it too.’ So I just kept it quiet. We were very lucky. So many people are suffering desperately from this. My wife and I had a week of extreme exhaustion and some body aches, a little dry cough. And then it was gone.”
When Cranston recovered from the coronavirus, he decided to donate plasma. “I asked Tom where he went, and he gave me the address,” he said. The phlebotomist asked Cranston to post about it because there had been a decline in donors. “And I thought, there’s a good reason to just out myself and say, ‘I had it. I’m fine. And if you had it, and you’re fine now too, maybe you’ll consider donating plasma because it really does help them.’”
Cranston mentioned about the revival of his former popular characters such as Breaking Bad‘s Walter White for El Camino and Hal from Malcom in the Middle. The host asked Cranston about the fan theory regarding Breaking Bad finale that he might have survived the injuries and took and took on the identity of Hal in Malcom in the Middle — making Breaking Bad a prequel to the sitcom.
“I am not at liberty to disclose that kind of information without security clearances. I think it’s fun. I don’t know. Walter White is definitely dead. He’s dead, he’s dead, he’s dead,” Cranston cracked. What do you think about the finale? Let us know in the comments section below and for more updates, keep watching this space.