Future EGOT, Bryan mothrafuckin’ Cranston.

Bryan Cranston gave the best speech of the night though.

I wanted to ignore this, but now that it’s getting picked up places something has to be said.

In a recent interview with CNN’s Ashleigh Banfield, Cranston addressed the possibility that Walter might not be as dead as he seemed in the finale, teasingly telling the anchor, “You never saw a bag zip up or anything …”

Walter White is dead. Bryan Cranston, you’re better than this.

Teaser for the teaser: ‘Godzilla

Daily reminder that Bryan Cranston is still the man. I like this approach to a teaser-for-the-tease than what most blockbusters do (15 second clips, Vines, etc).

First Look: ‘Godzilla' | USA Today

Trailer hits tomorrow. Cranston looks a bit Walter White-y in that shot, which I guess makes Aaron Taylor-Johnson Jesse.

“All the Way” will begin previews Feb. 10 for a March 6 opening at the 1,400-seat Neil Simon Theater. The musical “Big Fish” closes there on Dec. 29; earlier tenants include “Hairspray,” “Catch Me If You Can” and the recent revival of “Jesus Christ Superstar.”