The Dangerous Book For Boys Is Coming To TV Courtesy Of Bryan Cranston

Since unleashing the character of Walter White onto the world, in the much loved TV show Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston has become something of an international treasure. As such, when he makes a move on a project, everybody pays attention – and news of his development of a TV show based on The Dangerous Book For Boys is no exception.

Written by Conn and Hal Iggulden, The Dangerous Book For Boys became a literary sensation when it first hit the shelves in 2006. Its combination of humorous stories and instructions for “boys aged 8 to 80” struck a chord with readers all over the world, offering a window onto a world outside the digital realm. Covering topics such as tree-climbing, den-making and go-kart building, the popular text was first optioned by Scott Rudin in 2007, but that project never came to fruition.

Now, Cranston’s Moon Shot Entertainment has taken up that baton. The production
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