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I’ll still drink, but I just can’t remember the last time I blacked out.Which I think means I’m growing up.”He was sitting at a picnic table in Griffith Park, a few blocks from the home he recently bought with Brie."So it’s much better when you get along."Cranston’s meet-the-parents advice is simple. “You need to get the mom to like you, if you’re a guy. Just give up on the dad, he’s not going to like you anyway."The stars put final touches on their gingerbread houses, which both sport candy cane doors and gum drop-lined rooftops. "There have been parents that I like, and parents that like me, and then others that I just do not get along with. If you’re in a long-term relationship, it can be a major factor." He chuckles. For a long time, Dave Franco didn’t want to have anything to do with his brother.
It was, 'Hello, nice to meet you, how are you, (we'll) be back at 12! Bryan Cranston, who plays Ned, an overprotective father in the film, playfully covers the face of his co-star, James Franco, whose character wants to marry Ned's daughter. On a Saturday morning, Bryan Cranston and James Franco are gamely decorating gingerbread houses, each schmearing white icing and dotting gumdrops onto individual cookie homes.“If you look, this is a gingerbread trap,” says Cranston, skeptically eyeing his house before picking up a tube of white icing.“There are no doors to this whatsoever.” (in theaters Friday), the trap is all Franco’s.His parents were both painters, and his upbringing was so artsy-fartsy that his friends “always made fun of us, speculating that at Thanksgiving dinner we’re all sitting around the table making sculptures out of our mashed potatoes.”Though he loved watching movies with his family, he never considered acting. Begrudgingly, he audited one at Playhouse West -- and hated it.“I was just so nervous every time I was onstage,” he said, talking over a mommy playtime group that had gathered nearby in the park.“It took me many, many years to get to the point where I realized, ‘All right, if I’m going to keep doing this, I’ve gotta remember that it’s supposed to be fun.