The Danger is coming to The New York Times Best Sellers' List, because Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston is set to spill his guts in a forthcoming memoir from the Simon & Schuster imprint, Scribner.
Cranston, who is currently starring on Broadway as President Lyndon B. Johnson, will apparently enlighten his fans and the diehard viewers of Vince Gilligan's meth-fueled masterpiece, about the behind-the-scenes dedication and artistic and intellectual difficulties of living as Bryan Cranston, Walter White, and Heisenberg.
The publisher, Scribner, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, said it would release the book in fall 2015.
In a statement, Mr. Cranston said he planned to “tell the stories of my life and reveal the secrets and lies that I lived with for six years shooting ‘Breaking Bad’."
Between that and the Better Call Saul spinoff we're being treated to (thanks, AMC!), Breaking Bad fans are going to have plenty to keep them talking down from their ivory towers at the folks who aren't cultured enough to have given in to the addiction. Let's just hope there's not another Need for Speed movie in Jesse Pinkman's future. [New York Times]