Bryan Cranston says he doesn’t need a job but would do a ‘Malcolm in the Middle’ movie “if it’s a great idea”

Bryan Cranston is now best known for his role as Walter White breaking bad But before the AMC series, he was a wacky dad Malcolm in the middle. The comedy is rumored to be getting a film treatment, and Cranston said he would only be down to join “if it’s a great idea.”

“It’s a possibility,” Cranston told The Independent about a movie based on the Fox comedy that he recently discussed with the show’s creator, Linwood Boomer. “He said he would think about it and he got his writers together. If they can come up with a great idea, a valid idea, he will follow it. But if not, then no.”

Cranston continued, “I don’t need a job. I got plenty of work. I don’t need it, but I want it if it’s a great idea.”

The actor spent seven seasons on the show playing Hal and shared the screen with Frankie Muniz who played Malcolm and Jane Kaczmarek as his wife Lois.

“It was seven years of glory,” Cranston said of the time Malcolm in the middle. “Going to work every day and making myself and others laugh. That was my job.”

This isn’t the first time Cranston has addressed a rumor Malcolm in the middle The reboot spoke to the actor in January with E! News of the possibility of Hal reprising his role stated, “There was some talk about the possibility of doing a reunion movie. Malcolm in the middle. We had a great family in it, and I’m definitely open to it if a good idea comes up — like, ‘Oh, it would be great to explore what happened to this family 20 years later.’ I can’t believe it’s already, but it will be fun to do.”

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