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Even though Christmas is a few days off, Bryan Cranston has given a present to the world by revealing that there's 'been conversation' of a Malcolm in the Middle movie.
During a Reddit AMA, a fan asked if there was any chance of a film to which he responded: "There has been some conversation about that. I don't know if or when that could happen. I guess we have to gauge the temperament of the fans to see if it's something they want. But maybe. It would be fun to play with all those people again." You've no idea how happy this has made me.
The show, which started in 2000 and ran for seven seasons, saw Bryan play dad Hal, alongside Jane Kaczmarek as his wife Lois, Christopher Masterson as eldest son Francis, Hustin Berfield as son Reece, Erik Per Sullivan as Dewey and Frankie Muniz as the titular Malcolm.
Since the show ended, almost 10 years ago, Bryan managed to keep himself busy with his crystal meth operation but it's fair to say none of the others went on to bigger things.
Frankie did post one of my favourite Twitter burns of all times, though:
He obviously learnt from the best. I mean, who can forget Bryan's amazing mic-drop moment after making a 'your mum' joke to a fan?
Brilliant. Please come back to our screens, guys.
Featured image credit: Fox
Topics: Bryan Cranston