Actor Bryan Cranston, who has a lot of fans with his role as Walter White in Breaking Bad and won an Emmy with his character, sheds light on one of his greatest pleasures.
Cranston posted on Instagram to celebrate the promotion of ‘The One and Only Ivan,’ which will be released on August 12, as well as National Book Lover’s Day.
The 64-year-old actor shared a photo of him, posing with the children’s novel of the same name written by K. A. Applegate, on which Thea Sharrock’s fantasy movie is based. While he was celebrating the National Book Lover’s Day, he revealed one of the passions; reading.
In his caption, Cranston highlights his passion for reading, even though it’s a day late to celebrate the National Book Lover’s Day. He also stated that he played in The One and Only Ivan movie because of his extra interest in this book.
Here’s what Bryan Cranston stated:
“I know yesterday was National Book Lover’s Day. I’m not a day late. I’m 364 days early for next year! I love reading for pleasure, and in my life, I also get to read for my work. The One and Only Ivan was a book I really responded to, so that’s why I wanted to be in the movie. Enjoy!”
The One and Only Ivan is a 2020 American fantasy movie written by Mike Shar and directed by Thea Sharrock, based on K.A.Applegate’s children’s novel of the same name. The cast of the film includes actors such as Angelina Jolie and Sam Rockwell, as well as Bryan Cranston.
See the Instagram post below.