Bryan Cranston is open to getting in touch with his roots.
The 66-year-old Academy Award-nominated malcolm in the middle Resurrection when he speaks to E! The news comes this week after his son, Frankie Muniz, teased that Cranston is directing a potential project.
There has been some talk about the possibility of making it like a reunion movie for malcolm in the middle,” Cranston said of the Fox series that played his breakout role.
“We have such an amazing family, and if you have a good idea like, ‘It would be great to explore what happened to this family in 20 years,’ I certainly embrace it.” continued. “I can’t believe it already does, but it would be fun if it did.”
Starring Cranston malcolm in the middle Throughout seven seasons from 2000 to 2006, he was Lois’ (Jane Kazmarek)’s sullen husband and four rambunctious men: Frances (Christopher Masterson), Reese (Justin Barfield), Malcolm (Munis) and Dewey. I played Haru, the boy’s father. (Eric Per Sullivan).
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Muniz, 37, previously told Fox News that the chances of a reunion were “100 percent down,” noting that Cranston had something in the works. So there might be something,” he said in October 2022.
“When I was riding Malcolm, I was so excited to be working on the show. But in that same sense, when the show ended, I took a break from business for a bit. I started doing other things. I was doing racing cars. I joined a band. I was touring all the time,” he continued.
“I’ve started several businesses and been able to experience so many great things in my life. At this point, I can look back, look back, and be grateful for the experience.
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Munis chatted with PEOPLE about the latest in his life this week before returning to racing with Lette Jones Racing’s No.30 Ford Mustang, which begins February 18 at Daytona International Speedway. I explained that I was competing for the ARCA Menards Series championship. .
Muiz explained to PEOPLE that the birth of his first child (son Mauz and wife Paige Price) inspired him to pursue his dream of racing in the series. “When my son was born, it hit me,” he said.
“I want him to grow as he sees me working hard for my dreams and working hard for something I am passionate about. The only world I feel in is the world of racing.” “So I’m going to race.”
Muniz said he “got the bug of wanting to be a driver” in 2004 after winning a tournament in Long Beach. Now, more than a decade after he started racing, he will make his season debut at Daytona on Saturday.