Bryan Cranston says ‘cancel culture’ breeds ‘less forgiveness in our world’
Bryan Cranston isn’t a fan of cancel culture.
The 64-year-old actor addressed the notion — the practice of publicly admonishing and potentially ending the careers of public figures when they make remarks or take actions deemed inappropriate or insensitive — in a video interview posted by The Associated Press on Twitter on Thursday.
“We live in this cancel culture of people airing and doing wrong — either on purpose or by accident — and there’s less forgiveness in our world,” the “Breaking Bad” star said. “I think we’re unfortunately in a courser environment. I think our societies have become harder and less understanding, less tolerant, less forgiving.”
Cranston said that as he’s been asking himself…