18 September 2013 6:38 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Good news for Bryan Cranston fans: Breaking Bad's finale may be the last we see of Walter White, but Cranston already has his next role lined up.  He's set to star in Trumbo, the biopic of blacklisted and jailed Hollywood screenwriter Dalton Trumbo.  Directed by Jay Roach (Meet the Parents), Trumbo was adapted from the Bruce Cook biography by screenwriter John McNamara.  This will be the Cranston's next major role after the AMC series comes to an end.  Hit the jump for more on this fact-based tale. As Deadline reports, Cranston is set to star as Dalton Trumbo in the biopic, Trumbo.  The highest paid screenwriter of his time, he was sent to prison in 1950 for refusing to answer to Congress’ infamous House UnAmerican Activities Committee.  Upon his release, Trumbo became the most prolific blacklisted writer in cinema, using a pseudonym for his screenplays and winning Academy Awards for »

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