Breaking Bad actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have maintained their friendship beyond the confines of a meth lab.
Cranston shared with Fox News Digital the status of his tequila business with Paul since they co-founded it in 2019.
“Dos Hombres Mezcal is doing incredibly well,” he started. “We love being together, we’re passionately involved in Dos Hombres and our goal is to make it the number one Mezcal in the world and we’re on our way to doing that.”
Cranston and Paul initially shared the small screen in Breaking Bad back in 2008. More than a decade later, the duo demonstrated a robust connection, echoing the camaraderie of their fictional counterparts, Walter White and Jesse Pinkman.
In June, Paul discussed his association with Cranston and their business in an interview with People magazine.
“Bryan, he is my mentor, one of my best friends on the planet,” Paul shared with the outlet. “I’ve learned so much from this guy. To be able to tackle something yet again with him, that was really our own brainchild – a dream come true.”
Cranston added, expressing, “equally, I love this guy,” and expressed his delight at collaborating with Paul once more since the conclusion of Breaking Bad in 2013.
“I joke that if Aaron and I played golf, we wouldn’t have Dos Hombres because we would just say, ‘Hey, let’s see each other on the golf course.’ So in a great way, I’m glad that we don’t play golf because we were able to put some passion and energy into the Mezcal business and see each other on a regular basis,” Cranston continued.
Cranston had a conversation with Fox News Digital during the inauguration of the new Fontainebleau hotel in Las Vegas. Also present at the star-studded event were Justin Timberlake, Tom Brady, Cher, Sylvester Stallone, and his wife Jennifer Flavin.
With the holiday season on the horizon, Cranston expresses eagerness to switch off the circuit breakers.
“Shutting down the circuit breakers,” Cranston remarked. “Shutting down the circuits and chilling out. That’s what I want to do.”
Source: Fox News