The series breaking bad is a complete success, but actor Bryan Cranston, who played the protagonist Walter White, only realized that fame was knocking on his door after unusual attitudes from fans.
In an interview with Route Magazine, Cranston said that no one expected such a success from the series, but it took fans of the chemistry professor’s story to steal the signposts from the recording location for him to understand the proportions that the production was taking.
The protagonist tells that the production of breaking bad needed to create signs with false names so that fans would stop picking up the signage.
Bryan Cranston as Walter WhiteSource: Netflix
“It’s surprising, it couldn’t have been predicted. When we started, the directional signs that tell actors and crew where to park their cars to go to work on site, they just said breaking bad with an arrow,” says Cranston.
“I knew we were starting to be recognized when all those signs started getting stolen. After that, production would tell us what the signs would be and name them ‘mayonnaise commercial’ so we could figure out where to park our cars,” he said. actor finishes explaining.
Walter White and his van, which served as a laboratorySource: Netflix
breaking bad premiered in 2008 and had its final episode released in 2013, but to this day it is considered one of the greatest series ever made. It tells the story of Walter White, an unhappy chemistry professor who discovers he has terminal cancer. Willing to risk everything, he starts producing methamphetamine to make money.