Golden Globe winner Bryan Cranston may be gaining recent notoriety by starring in the ‘Godzilla’ reboot, but he’s also embarking on a much more lucrative industry – memoirs. As the lead character (Walter White) on the critically acclaimed AMC series ‘Breaking Bad’, the show’s dark (but ultimately good) nature has become a pop culture classic. The show centers around the production and distribution of crystal meth in Albuquerque, New Mexico. As more and more of the family discovers Walter’s side hustle, the show weaves itself into further complications. When ‘Breaking Bad’ ended in late 2013, there was some closure – but maybe not enough. Bryan Cranston, who has received numerous accolades for his acting as Walter White, will be penning the memoir with the slant of opening up his daily life over the last four years. Published by Simon and Schuster, Cranston also plans to detail acting tips and struggles encountered while shooting in New Mexico. Cranston’s latest string of talk show appearances may be doubling for ‘Godzilla’ and memoir coverage, but both will be #bryanprojects that I wouldn’t dare miss. Look out for Bryan Cranston’s as-yet-untitled novel in fall 2015.