Bryan Cranston’s retirement plans detailed by ‘Breaking Bad’ cast

Bryan Cranston is ready to break away from the world of acting.

Bryan Cranston is ready to break away from the world of acting.

Bryan Cranston will be temporarily retiring from acting

The actor recently detailed his retirement plans. In an interview with British GQIn 2020, Cranston announced that he would be retiring from acting in 2026, closing his production company – Moonshot Entertainment – and selling his half of “Dos Hombres.”

According to Cranston, the reason is that he just wants to do other things than worry about work.

“I want to have this experience. I want to go on day trips, have a fire in the fireplace and drink wine with new friends and not read scripts,” Cranston said. “It’s not going to be, ‘Oh, I’m going to read it and see what I’m going to do.’ No, it’s a break. It’s a stop.”

Cranston, 67, will be around 70 when he takes the break. He knows it’s a big opportunity, but he’s “used to the feeling of not knowing.” The actor also said he wants to spend more time with his wife, Robin Dearden, whom he commends for taking on her own life has to “align” his roles.

“I want to change the paradigm again,” Cranston said. “For the past 24 years, Robin has held onto my dick for her life. She was the plus, she was the wife of a celebrity. She had to adjust her life to my life. She benefits enormously, but we disagree. I want to balance that. She deserves it.”

Cranston is set to next star in Wes Anderson’s film Asteroid City and is also set to star in Matthew Vaughn’s spy action thriller Aryglle and Jon S. Baird’s upcoming drama Everything’s Going to Be Great.