Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston to Go “Home Again”
For years Bryan Cranston was best known to many as the laughable father on “Malcolm in the Middle.” Times have changed for Cranston though, who now has a much larger profile courtesy of a hit television series Breaking Bad and upcoming high-profile movie roles.
Cranston is going to have another go at writing and directing when he adapts the David Wiltse novel “Home Again” next year. The story involves a family that leaves the hustle and bustle of a big city, only to find the same problems in the backyard of their new home in Cascade, Nebraska. The father, a former FBI agent, finds himself fighting the same battles he dealt with before, while trying to rebuild his connection with his family.
Cranston’s star has been on the rise in recent years due to his success as the lead man on AMC’s “Breaking Bad.” The actor had previously written, directed, and starred in “Last Chance,” but the film enjoyed limited success.