It is not very clear why, with such inputs, to close your company and sell a share of the business.
In an interview with GQ, actor Bian Cranston (Breaking Bad’s Walter White) revealed that he plans to retire and move to Europe. After the interview was released, Cranston said that he was misunderstood that he was not talking about a pension.
In fact, Cranston writes, he just decided to take a short break. The actor plans to take a year off and then get back to work with renewed vigor.
I want to clarify the situation: I am not retiring. After I turn 70 in 2026, I intend to hit the pause button for a year. Fuck it, 70 years! I don’t know exactly what “pause” means yet, but for now I’m estimating that in a year of break I can do several things.
First, the actor hopes to live with his wife Robin as a normal married couple; secondly, Cranston expects that the year-long break will “reboot” his career – the actor began to run out of ideas about how to play the characters offered to him.
New life experiences will nourish my soul with impressions and give me the opportunity to more authentically play the roles that they can offer me.
Cranston did not explain why, for the sake of a year-long break in his career, he would close his production company and sell his stake in the mezcal business – the actor voiced such plans in an interview with GQ.
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