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    A Malcolm In The Middle Stunt Put Bryan Cranston In A Scary Situation

    In the season 2 episode “Hal Quits,” Cranston’s unhappily employed white-collar dad has a meltdown after attending youngest son Dewey’s elementary school career day. He obsessively hurls himself into a painting, which peaks with him turning his body into part of the canvas. Finally, he is covered in blue paint. And here’s where everything went haywire for Cranston.

    During a recent interview on “The Graham Norton Show” (pegged to the release of Matthew Vaughn’s “Argylle”), Cranston discussed the incident:

    “As you shoot, you’re moving around. And then there was a part of me, at one point, I was, like, starting to shut down the circuits. And they went, ‘boom,’ and they grabbed me, and they threw me in the shower and they just […] It was weird.”

    Cranston then cited the Shirley Eaton urban legend as an impetus for his distress, which prompted his “Argylle” co-star Bryce Dallas Howard to chime in that this isn’t safe. “It’s not safe,” said Cranston. “Because your body can’t regulate the heat if you’re covering up all your pores.”

    This is true. And there is a very true Hollywood story of an actor nearly dying from being covered in paint. But it has nothing to do with “Goldfinger.”

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