Staff Writerinterview Thursday with CNN that covered his acting career, Bryan Cranston talked about his early TV roles on Airwolf, Matlock, Babylon 5, Malcolm In The Middle, and Breaking Bad. He also discussed movies like the current hit Godzilla, as well as his current role on stage as LBJ in All The Way, all while coyly hinting that perhaps we haven't seen the last of the legendary meth cook. When interviewer Ashleigh Banfield pointed out that Walter White's eyes actually never closed during the last moments of the series finale, Cranston responded: “Hey, you never saw bags zip up or anything." Valid point. While we were all told by show producer Vince Gilligan that Walter White died in that final scene, the show faded to black as police swarmed in. So indeed, there was no definitive scene of the character being pronounced dead and, as all fans of TV and movies know, that is all that is needed to open the door again. Banfield followed up by asking Cranston what he thought of that particular scene. “Is he dead?” “I don’t know." Cranston replied with a shrug. “No movie? No nothing? No Walter White ever again?” Asked Banfield. “Never say never." Although he was being his usual playful, charming self in entertaining the idea, it would seem from his body language he feels it to be somewhat unlikely at this point we would see any story that takes place after that last episode. But fear not, a spin-off of Breaking Bad featuring shady lawyer Saul Goodman is in production! Due to that show being set up as a prequel of sorts, producers have said that characters from Breaking Bad are very likely to pop up, and Cranston and other actors from the original series have shown interest in doing just that. Hold on to your hope, fans! Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!