Bryan Cranston, best known for his role in “Breaking Bad,” has revealed that he plans to retire from Hollywood in three years and move to France with his wife. Cranston wants to level out the unevenness in their relationship, where his wife has had to pivot and adjust her life based on his career. The couple plans to live in a small French village, learn a new language, and tend to a growing garden. Cranston will be shutting down his production company, Moonshot Entertainment, and selling half of his Dos Hombres tequila brand. However, he still has three years’ worth of content to bring to audiences, including starring in Wes Anderson’s “Asteroid City” and appearing in the upcoming Matthew Vaughn-directed spy thriller “Argylle.”
As covered by kesq.com, Bryan Cranston, the famous actor known for his role in “Breaking Bad,” has a three-year plan that involves stepping away from Hollywood. He plans to retire temporarily in 2026 and spend quality time with his wife, Robin Dearden, in France.
Cranston has been in the entertainment industry for decades, and throughout his career, Dearden has always been the “plus one” and had to adjust her life based on his. He wants to level that out and give her the attention she deserves.
He envisions their temporary retirement to include living in a small French village, learning a new language, and tending to a growing garden. Cranston wants to go on day trips, have a fire in the fireplace, drink wine with new friends, and not read scripts. He clarified that this adventure does not include work, and he won’t be taking phone calls.
As part of his sabbatical, Cranston plans to shut down his production company, Moonshot Entertainment, and sell half of his Dos Hombres tequila brand, which he co-owns with his “Breaking Bad” co-star, Aaron Paul. However, Cranston still has three years’ worth of content dedicated to bringing to audiences.
He is starring in Wes Anderson’s “Asteroid City,” premiering in theaters on June 16, and will appear in the upcoming Matthew Vaughn-directed spy thriller “Argylle.” Cranston also hinted that he’s interested in being part of a “Malcolm in the Middle” reunion project that the show’s creator, Linwood Boomer, approached him about.
Unfortunately, Cranston shut down any kind of future “Breaking Bad” revival, stating that the idea for a 15-year reunion has been discussed, but his To conclude everything feeling on the matter is “let’s not try to do too much.”
For now, Cranston is focused on getting through the next three years so he can take that break and sip wine in his French garden with his beloved wife.