Emmy Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston, who is known for his role as Walter White/Heisenberg in the Breaking Bad series, made a new statement on his official Instagram account and revealed his sincere thoughts on the year, 2020.
2020 has been a challenging year for all of us. The coronavirus pandemic, earthquakes, unexpected deaths, and political debates have worn people down. Bryan Cranston is one of those who are aware of this.
On Saturday, the 64-year-old actor took to Instagram and penned down an entertaining message as he reflects on his thoughts on 2020. Cranston said in his article, which he reinforced with small jokes, that people should be hopeful for the next year, even though it had a difficult year.
Here’s what he said:
“2020…Well, that was weird. I just wanted to reach out to wish you all a very Happy New Year – I was going to do it on the 1st, but, hey, it’s been that kind of year. We all need a break. Through the pandemic that still pervades our lives, to the political vitriol from both sides that gets on our nerves, to epic fires and earthquakes and a record number of hurricanes… come on, enough already! But I honestly believe that better days are ahead of us. We’re tough. We’re resilient. And we have Netflix.”
The caption continued and the actor said that people should be positive to look forward. Also, he wished everyone a happy new year. He continued:
“I hope that you and your family are well, and I mean that in more ways than just physical. I hope you have found a way to navigate through these choppy waters with your emotions, your sanity, and your spirit in good shape. At least as good as possible. Can’t ask for more than that. Be positive, well, not on your covid test – on that it’s good to be negative. Anyway, I’m rambling now. Wishing you a stellar 2021.”
Check out the Instagram post below.