Actor Bryan Cranston has said that money has never been a parameter for him when he is choosing a project as he holds his work in “high standards”.
The 62-year-old actor said personal satisfaction matters more to him over the commercial success of his films.
“There’s so much product out there, all the time, it’s ‘Do this!’ ‘Do this!’ ‘Do this!’ But, for me, it’s not about how much a movie makes or the TV ratings or the awards,” he said according to Femalefirst.
“I hold myself to a high standard. I want to reach a level of accomplishment with the characters I take on and the stories I tell. I can only be true to myself, so my measure of success is entirely personal,” he added.
The “Breaking Bad” star, who has voiced a character in Wes Anderson’s stop-motion animation film “Isle of Dogs”, said he wanted to work with the director after watching his movie “The Grand Budapest Hotel”.
“I absolutely loved Anderson’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ so when the word came through that West wanted me, I was more than ready. It was only later I found out it was stop-motion animation,” Cranston said.