Bryan Cranston Gives Special Help To Evan Stanley For The Cover Of Maroon 5’s ‘Memories’
Actor Bryan Cranston, best known for his role as Walter White(Heisenberg) in Breaking Bad, has given special help to Evan Stanley, the son of KISS’ Paul Stanley, for the cover of ‘Memories’ by Maroon 5.
In the cinematic image directed by Kristian Lundin, Stanley and his friend find themselves stranded in the middle of the desert as their trucks run out of gas. However, the Breaking Bad star comes to the rescue with a pair of bongoes.
After saving them for the acoustic version of Maroon 5’s No. 2 song on the Billboard Hot 100, Cranston finally heads to the gas station alone. At the end of the video, Stanley encourages viewers to donate to SEL4CA, which promotes social emotional learning in the state of California.
Bryan Cranston has shared a video of his cameo in Evan Stanley’s virtual and left a caption. Cranston’s gestures, behavior, and tone of voice took fans back to the Breaking Bad days. Some fans claimed this visual was his afterlife in Breaking Bad. Others showed their longing for the series by writing that ‘Breaking Bad, season 6 episode 1.’
Here’s what Bryan Cranston captioned:
“Bumped into a couple guys stranded in the desert. I had bongos with me. We all started singing…or was it just a weird dream?”
A fan said:
“Is this what the afterlife was like in Breaking Bad?”
another fan wrote:
“Breaking bad season 6 episode 1”
See the Instagram post below.
Watch the music video below.