Bryan Cranston: ‘Network’ Shows Us How To Be Mad As Hell

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Published on December 11, 2018

Bryan Cranston’s current role as Howard Beale in the Broadway rendition of ‘Network’ is teaching him something about feeling ‘mad as hell.’

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  • Blak 6 months ago

    CRANSTONNNNNNNN!

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  • Blak 6 months ago

    Cranston is such a brilliant actor, but so cool and funny in these vids too 🙂

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  • DarthCruciare87 6 months ago

    Network is one of my favorite movies of all time. I only watched it a couple of years ago for the first time, and my God, it was glorious. It was like looking into the past to see how people back then viewed the future. Turns out, they were frighteningly accurate. Before Heath Ledger, the man who played Howard Beale was the only man to posthumously win an Oscar. So only two people in history of cinema have pulled it off. Bryan has some very big shoes to fill. I have no doubt it will be a raging success.

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  • Bridgette Alley 6 months ago

    OMG😁🎊💛👍💛

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  • New Message 6 months ago

    He could milk me anytime.

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  • New Message 6 months ago

    Will Bryan play Stephen in the Stephen Colbert biopic, or will Stephen play Bryan in the Bryan Cranston biopic?

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  • portableplaylists 6 months ago

    You forgot to mention his best role as Hal in Malcom in the Middle, but I guess life is unfair.

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  • nnaenae 6 months ago

    The reason a lot of people tell those who are crying not to cry, or that everything will be okay, is because it’s awkward to sit in silence while someone else is dealing with such a strong emotion. It almost feels like you HAVE to say something so they know you care and you’re there, but maybe that’s the wrong thing to do?

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