A few years removed from his starring role as Walter White on "Breaking Bad," actor Bryan Cranston can afford to be picky. But the four-time Emmy winner isn't taking any chances when it comes to choosing his next project.
Cranston, who stars in the new film "The Infiltrator," told CNBC anchor Carl Quintanilla that he has his own system for choosing each part — something he calls CAPS, or "Cranston assessment of projects system."
"I had to really clear my head and go 'Wait, let me individually rate the value of the story and the quality of the script. Did the script support the story completely or were you kind of disappointed?'" Cranston said, adding that his scale ranges from 1 to 20 and he considers factors like the director, other actors and how little time he may spend with his family.