A recent CNN interview with Bryan Cranston, Thursday night was...interesting. Bryan Cranston may have dropped a huge hint toward the return of Walter White, hence the return of Breaking Bad.
Ashleigh Banfield asks,
"Your eyes were open and I thought, ‘what if the police just take him into custody, he gets better, breaks out and just goes nuts?"
“Hey, you never saw bags zip up or anything."
“Is he dead?”
"I don't know."
"“No movie? No nothing? No Walter White ever again?”
“Never say never."
According to, The Huffington Post, Cranston was smirking a little bit, so he could've just been giving Banfield some false hope. Or was he hinting toward the "return" of Walter White?
There's a part of me that hopes Breaking Bad will make a comeback, but at the same time...I don't want it to. I loved the show too much for it to return and destroy itself. It was the perfect story, it ran for the perfect amount of time, and everyone remembers it. Isn't that what a good story is suppose to do? No one wants it to end, but it needs to, so it can have an impact on the viewer. If the show was to return, they better have a badass idea ready to go, because they will have to make the fans, very, very happy. It would be nice to see Walter White again, but I think he has found his final resting place.