Is Walt White still alive? Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston has fans guessing following latest interview
Published 30/05/2014 | 15:46
Could it all have been just a bad dream?
Bryan Cranston has ‘Breaking Bad’ fans wondering if this is the case after he hinted we might not have seen the end of Walt White.
The actor has refused to rule out reprising his role as the terminally ill chemistry teacher turned crystal meth manufacturer.
His surprise assertion comes just some eight months after fans saw Walt die in the series finale.
Cranston (58) was speaking to CNN, when reporter Ashleigh Banfield asked him about the legitimacy of White’s demise, pointing out that his eyes were wide open.
“I thought, ‘What if the police just take him into custody, he gets better, breaks out and just goes nuts?’” he said.
Bryan Cranston and co-star Aaron Paul as Walt and Jesse in 'Breaking Bad'
Cranston also pointed out that fans didn’t see body bags, before admitting that he did not know if his character was truly dead.
He was then asked about the possibility of a ‘Breaking Bad’ film with White back in actor. He replied: “Never say never”.
Cranston, who also starred in long-running series ‘Malcolm In The Middle’, has previously said he would like to have a role in spin-off series ‘Better Call Saul’.
So could ‘Breaking Bad’ repeat Dallas’ feat of the shower scene in which it emerged Bobby Ewing’s death was just a dream remains to be seen.