Bryan Cranston Changes Stance On Trump, Went From 'I Would Definitely Move' To 'I Sincerely Wish Him Success'

Stacey Cole

Bryan Cranston has changed his anti-Trump stance after Donald Trump was voted the next U.S. President, according to the Hindustan Times. The Breaking Bad actor may do a great job of playing a chemistry teacher and an excellent meth cook, but he apparently doesn't keep his promises.

The U.S. presidential campaign was a long, exhausting, and ridiculous odyssey. But on Tuesday it came to an end when Americans voted for Trump. It was a surprising victory, and many U.S. celebrities, including Bryan Cranston, Katy Perry, and Miley Cyrus, have been die-hard Hillary Clinton supporters. But not all of them are sticking to their guns.

— Varney & Co. (@Varneyco) November 9, 2016

But now that Trump has been elected the new President of the U.S., Bryan Cranston's threats to leave the country were apparently empty talk and attempts to seek attention from the media. He did get attention from the media when he made those comments, and now the actor is getting double attention for being called a sissy!

While many U.S. celebrities, who had promised to leave the country, refrained from commenting on their plans to move after Trump was elected President, Bryan Cranston point-blank changed his stance and even decided to support Trump!

In his comments from earlier this year, Bryan Cranston promised he would move to Canada permanently if Trump were to become the new president.

"I would definitely move. It's not real to me that that would happen. I hope to God it won't."

— Bryan Cranston (@BryanCranston) November 9, 2016

Bryan Cranston is going to play himself in a small role in James Franco's The Masterpiece, a film about the making of Tommy Wiseau's "worst film ever made" The Room.

— EntertainmentTonight (@etnow) November 12, 2016

In his interview with Fairfax Media, Bryan Cranston revealed details about his role in The Masterpiece.

"I play a real-life character who's this sitcom dad. I play a character named [pauses for effect] Bryan Cranston."
"But what I really love was that most people when they think of Bryan now on television they think Breaking Bad, but we would have Bryan playing himself in the movie but Bryan from Malcolm in the Middle."

Franco also added that he would work with Bryan Cranston "on anything," so inviting him to star in The Masterpiece was a good call. The upcoming Franco film is being adapted from the book called The Disaster Artist, written by actor Greg Sestero. In the book, Sestero, who also has a part in Franco's upcoming film, describes being in The Room.

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