'Breaking Bad's' Bryan Cranston: Anyone could be a Walter White

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With the final season of AMC's "Breaking Bad" kicking off in July, fans are braced for what could be the beginning of the end for Walter White, the chemistry teacher-turned-drug kingpin whose descent into darkness was solidified at the close of last year's season finale. From frightened cancer victim to unstoppable super-villian, Bryan Cranston has followed his role to dark places viewers never predicted, yet the actor says even he can relate to the guy."What I've learned from this role is that even the meekest, most unassuming person, it's possible to have that person change into a desperate, horrific human being," Cranston tells Zap2It on Sunday (June 10) at the Actors Fund 16th Annual Tony Awards Viewing Party in Hollywood. "With the right set of conditions, anyone can change.""If I said to you 'Let me punch you in the face,' you'd say, 'That's ridiculous, of course not,'" he continues. "Let me make it this way,...



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