Bryan Cranston says that Godzilla couldn't make crystal meth like Walter White

2014-05-12 21:00
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Los Angeles - Bryan Cranston thinks Godzilla would be "horrible" at making crystal meth.

The Breaking Bad actor, who sold the drug as Walter 'Heisenberg' White in the series, joked about the monster not being able to make it at the premiere of his new movie at the Odeon in London's Leicester Square on Sunday.

Cranston told BANG Showbiz: "I think Godzilla would be horrible at making crystal meth. You've got to be very refined to be able to make it. He's a monster, you know, they have a very destructive nature."

The 58-year-old actor, who stars alongside Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen in the film directed by Gareth Edwards, also claims his character, nuclear scientist Joe Brody, is more like him than Walter White or Hal, who he played in Malcolm In The Middle.

He said: "They're all pretty different. I'm not like hal and I'm nothing like Walter White. Maybe this guy in this movie is most like me."

Co-star Olsen admitted she hasn't seen many episodes of Breaking Bad and finds it surprising how many fans Bryan has.

She said: "It's amazing how many fans he has. I don't watch Breaking Bad, I've seen like three episodes. I feel like I'm the only human that doesn't watch it."

The 25-year-old actress also claims her and co-star Taylor-Johnson have a "playful" relationship on set and she's looking forward to working with him more on Avengers: Age of Ultron.

She said: "We didn't actually have many scenes together in this so it's nice to get to know each other better working on Avengers. We definitely have that playful, stupid relationship."

Actors Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson pose for photographers on the red carpet for the UK premiere of Godzilla in London, Sunday, May 11, 2014. (AP)

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