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‘Malcolm in the middle’ Bryan Cranston says

‘Malcolm in the middle’ Bryan Cranston says

‘Malcolm in the middle’ Bryan Cranston says

‘Malcolm in the middle’ Bryan Cranston says

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  • Bryan Cranston is willing to reconnect with his roots.
  • The Oscar contender, 66, told E! News this week that he “definitely would be open” to a Malcolm.
  • Revival after his on-screen son Frankie Muniz hinted that Cranston might be in charge.
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Bryan Cranston had his breakthrough role, “there was some talk about the notion of creating like a reunion movie of Malcolm in the Middle,” Cranston noted.

We had such a wonderful family on that, and I would be open to that if a terrific notion like, “Oh, that would be fantastic to examine what happened to this family 20 years later,” came along, he continued. It is hard to think it is already happened, but doing that would be enjoyable.

From 2000 through 2006, Cranston played Hal, the hapless husband of Lois (Jane Kaczmarek) and father of four boisterous boys: Francis (Christopher Masterson), Reese (Justin Berfield), Malcolm (Muniz), and Dewey, during the whole seven-season run of Malcolm in the Middle (Erik Per Sullivan).

In an earlier interview with Fox News, Muniz, 37, said that he “would be down, 100 percent” for a future reunion and mentioned that Cranston was working on something. He is sort of setting the tone by drafting the script and starting everything. Therefore, something could exist, he remarked in October 2022.

“I was simply so thrilled to be working on a show while I was on Malcolm. However, in the same vein, after the show finished, I briefly quit the industry. I began pursuing other endeavours. In motor racing, I was. I made the band. I was travelling everywhere,” he said.

“I started some businesses and experienced so many incredible experiences in my life, which at this point has made me who I am today.”

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Muniz, 37, previously told Fox News that he “would be down, 100 percent” for a potential reunion, noting that Cranston had something in the works. “He’s kind of heading writing the script and getting everything rolling. So there might be something,” he said in October 2022.

“When I was on Malcolm, I was just so excited to be working on a show. But also, in that same sense, when the show ended, I kind of left the business for a little bit. I started doing other things. I was racing cars. I joined a band. I was touring all over,” he continued.

“I opened some businesses and I got to experience so many amazing things in my life, which now at this point has made me able to reflect and look back and be so appreciative of the experience,” Muniz added.

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