Bryan Cranston thinks that the time that the older white men had free play in Hollywood is over.
Bryan Cranston has openly expressed its support for the Time’s Up-move. The Breaking Bad actor is of the opinion that the time that ” older white men had free play in Hollywood in the past.
Even before the award ceremony of the Olivier Awards on Sunday evening in London, spoke Cranston opposite Daily Mail about the movement that fights against sexual abuse. “The idea that older white men the world check and free reign is over. Now more and more people fall to be brought, whether they are guilty of sexual abuse or abuse of power, we get the chance to be a new basis of mutual respect to build. That’s still tricky, but I’m hopeful. There must be respect for everyone, regardless of your gender, skin color, or sexual orientation,” said the 62-year-old actor.
Cranston wore on the red carpet and also the Time’s Up-pin, like many other stars already did. During the award ceremony in London, he was not the only in this way, the support showed. Also director Sam Mendes and starring Michael Sheen and Alfred Molina wore the pin.
During the award ceremony received Cranston won the award for best actor for his role in the play Network. The Olivier Awards are prestigious awards in the British theatre world.