Bryan Cranston has become one of the most decorated performers of the last decade, grabbing armfuls of Emmys, Tonys, and Golden Globes beginning with his iconic portrayal of Walter White in Breaking Bad. In the next phase of his career, Cranston is playing Zordon in Power Rangers, the ancient Red Ranger who now exists as a disembodied head in the "Morphing Grid."
As we know, for his role of Walter White, Cranston actually learned how to make meth to really get into his character. So, what did he do for this role of Zordon in the upcoming Power Rangers film?
"I first severed a head—not my own," Cranston joked. "No, you approach a character the same way, whether you're doing something like this or [something with] a historical context." But, he mostly just sat around naked and read lines. "When I did just the head, I was nude. I have a nudity clause in every contract."