Cranston, No. 8 on Fast Company's Most Creative People in Business 2013 list, works much better with collaborators than his character, Walter White (thank goodness). In this second installment of our interview with him, Cranston talks about how to handle creative differences. And trust falls.
Breaking Bad’s Mark Margolis earned an Emmy nomination for his near-wordless portrayal of Tio Salamanca. Here, what you can learn from him about creative limitations, acting without speaking and mastering drool.
On "Breaking Bad," expert use of sound amplifies a menacing undertone while helping advance the story. Supervising sound editor Nick Forshager explains how the show’s suspenseful soundscapes come together.