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Bryan Cranston Recalls Filming Stunt With Blue Paint For Malcolm In The Middle That Almost KILLED Him

Bryan Cranston recalled a dangerous stunt he did on the set of Malcolm in the Middle more than a decade ago.

The 67-year-old actor said he was covered head-to-toe in blue for a particular scene, which became dangerous when he began to feel dizzy and almost passed out.

«It’s not safe,» he explained on The Graham Norton Show on Friday. “Because your body can’t regulate heat when you cover all your pores.

For a scene in an episode of the long-running sitcom’s second season, he said his character Hal Wilkerson was «depressed» and started painting.

By the end of the scene, the Breaking Bad star – who enjoyed a rare outing with her daughter Taylor Dearden, 30, at a football game last month – recalled being «completely covered from head to toe in blue».

Bryan Cranston recalled the dangerous stunt he did on the set of Malcolm in the Middle more than a decade ago

The 67-year-old actor said he was covered head-to-toe in blue for a particular scene, which became dangerous when he began to feel dizzy and almost passed out.

He then referenced the urban legend of Bond girl Shirley Eaton being gilded in gold for the iconic scene in the 1964 film Goldfinger.

Eaton, now 87, is still alive today, but many believed she died of suffocation or suffocation due to the metallic body paint during filming.

Bryce Dallas Howard, Cranston’s co-star Argyll, who joined him on the talk show, was convinced it was «not safe».

Cranston continued to tell his story of how his head started spinning and the crew quickly sprung into action.

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«The way you’re shooting, you’re moving around, and then there was a part of me, at one point I felt like turning off the circuits,» he said.

«And they went boom and grabbed me and threw me in the shower and just… It was weird.»

Cranston and Howard were on the show to promote their upcoming film Argyll.

During their performance, Howard also tackled a spy movie and shut down the viral Taylor Swift-Argylle conspiracy theory.

For a scene in an episode of the long-running sitcom’s second season, he said his character Hal Wilkerson was «depressed» and started painting. By the end of the scene, the Breaking Bad star recalled being «completely covered in blue from head to toe.»

The family comedy followed the dysfunctional Wilkerson family for seven seasons from 2000 to 2006. Cranston starred as a father named Hal

«It’s not safe,» he explained on The Graham Norton Show on Friday. «Because your body can’t regulate heat if you cover all your pores»

Cranston’s Argyll co-star Bryce Dallas Howard joined him on the talk show to promote their upcoming film Argyll – which opens in theaters on February 2nd.

The story follows a reclusive author named Elly Conway, played by Howard.

The character is based on the unknown, the first author of the debut thriller Argyll, the inspiration for the upcoming film of the same name.

In the film, Conway writes best-selling spy novels about a secret agent named Argylle, played by Cavill.

According to the synopsis, «the plots of her books begin to reflect the covert actions of a real spy organization» and «the lines between fiction and reality begin to blur.»

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The star-studded cast includes Dua Lipa, Henry Cavill, Sam Rockwell, John Cena, Ariana DeBose, Haruka Ohshima and Sofia Boutella.

Argylle is set to open in theaters on February 2 before being released on Apple TV+ at an unspecified future date.

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