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Bryan Cranston believes 'Kung Fu Panda' teaches you about family

Bryan Cranston believes 'Kung Fu Panda' teaches you about family

New Delhi [India], Mar.17 : Actor Bryan Cranston, who lends his voice to Po's father, Li, believes that 'Kung Fu Panda' teaches you about the value of a family.

The ' Trumbo' star shared, "'Kung Fu Panda 3' explores the areas of the differences between the family you make and the family you come from and the bonds of both of them and the allure, the innate lure of the ones that you were born into and yet the value of the family that you make. And the great thing about this film is that it doesn't devalue either one".

Franco gave Cranston marijuana painting

Franco gave Cranston marijuana painting

Los Angeles, Dec 23 : Actor James Franco gave actor Bryan Cranston a painting of a marijuana leaf and had mixed the drug in with the paint.

Franco created most of the artwork seen in his character's home in "Why Him?" and gifted his co-star a picture of a marijuana leaf, but had mixed the drug in with the paint he used, reports ew.com.

"I did a lot of them, yes," Franco said on a TV show.

Bryan Cranston, Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne whirls Norton Show

Bryan Cranston, Benedict Cumberbatch, Eddie Redmayne whirls Norton Show

London, [UK], Oct. 29 : British comedy chat show 'The Graham Norton Show' recently saw Hollywood heartthrobs Bryan Cranston, Benedict Cumberbatch and Eddie Redmayne spill a lot of beans sending audience into frenzy, in a good way.

Beginning with the 60-year-old star, who is critically acclaimed for his role in 'Breaking Bad', to 'Sherlock' Cumberbatch, host Norton made the stars reveal about topics ranging from dating to marrying.

Cranston explained that he knew dating "ain't what it used to be" since he worked for a dating service in Los Angeles many years ago.

Bryan Cranston to star in 'Power Rangers' reboot

Bryan Cranston to star in 'Power Rangers' reboot

Los Angeles, June 22 : "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston will play Zordon in the upcoming "Power Rangers" reboot.

The actor has previously voiced several villains on the original "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" TV series.

"Excited to play Zordon in the 'Power Rangers' movie! T or F: Blue Ranger Billy Cranston was named after what actor," Cranston wrote on Twiter, referring to the fictional character William "Billy" Cranston aka the Blue Ranger whose last name came from the actor's name, reports aceshowbiz.com.

Cranston, Hart in talks to star in 'Intouchables' remake

Cranston, Hart in talks to star in 'Intouchables' remake

Los Angeles, March 31 : Actors Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart are in talks to star in Weinstein Co.'s "The Intouchables", a remake of the 2011 hit French dramedy written and directed by Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano.

According to sources, Simon Curtis is set to direct the remake, reports variety. com.

The original was released by the Weinstein Co. in 2011, grossing $416 million overseas. The movie follows an aristocrat who, after becoming a paraplegic following a paragliding accident, hires a young man from the projects to be his caregiver.

Bryan Cranston to voice superhero in animated web comedy

Bryan Cranston to voice superhero in animated web comedy

Los Angeles: "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston will voice a superhero in new animated web comedy "Supermansion".

The 59-year-old actor will play Titanium Rex, the leader of a worn-down superhero group desperate to remain relevant, reported Entertainment Weekly.

The 13-episode stop-motion series will air on Crackle, Sony's online streaming service. Other cast members include Keegan-Michael Key, Jillian Bell and Seth Green.

Cranston will executive produce alongside Green and Robot Chicken's Matthew Senreich, who is writing the project with Zeb Wells.

Bryan Cranston to produce 'Finding Neverland' musical

Bryan Cranston to produce 'Finding Neverland' musical

Washington - 'Breaking Bad' star Bryan Cranston has joined the production team of the new Broadway musical 'Finding Neverland'.

Lead producer Harvey Weinstein has said that the 58-year-old Tony Award-winning actor signed up for the role after becoming "enchanted" with an early workshop performance, ABC News reported.

Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul reunite for Emmys sketch

Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul reunite for Emmys sketch

Los Angeles: `Breaking Bad` stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have starred in a sketch to promote the 2014 Emmys.

The actors, who reunite on screen for the first time since `Breaking Bad`s season finale, play pawn shop owners Buzz Jackson and Randy Jackson, reportedly.

In a spoof of Pawn Stars, customer Julia Louis-Dreyfus comes to see the Jacksons with the Best Supporting Actress Emmy she won for `Seinfeld`.

Heading to their store Barely Legal Pawn, Julia explains that she must raise cash to buy her own island, having made a drunken purchase after hearing Celine Dion had one.