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Bryan Cranston is diagnosed with Coronavirus

by Ace Damon

On his Instagram profile, Bryan Cranston (‘Breaking Bad’) revealed that he was diagnosed with Coronavirus and warned his followers to respect social isolation and protective measures to prevent the spread of the disease.

Fortunately, the star said he had only mild symptoms, but regretted the spread of the disease, which has killed at least 150,000 people in the United States.

Through a video, he also showed the plasma donation process, as his bloodstream created antibodies against the virus.

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“COVID-19 announcement. Hi. Now you must be feeling a little tied up due to mobility restrictions, and like me, you are tired of it all! Well, I just want to encourage you to have a little more patience. I was very strict in following the protocols and yet … I was infected by the virus. Yes. It seems scary to think that more than 150,000 Americans are dead because of this. I was one of the lucky ones. I had mild symptoms. I speak this to warn you to continue wearing the damn mask, washing your hands and respecting social isolation. We can win, but ONLY if we follow the rules together. Take care. ”

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Recalling that Cranston is in the dubbing cast of ‘The Great Ivan’, animation that debuts on Disney + on August 14.

Recently, Walt Disney released on its official Twitter a new teaser with unpublished scenes of the film, adapted from the children’s bestseller signed by Katherine Applegate.

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“Let’s give them a great show.” The One and Only Ivan is streaming exclusively on #DisneyPlus starting in August. pic.twitter.com/BQyulzVTaK

– Walt Disney Studios (@DisneyStudios) July 23, 2020

Thea Sharrock runs the project.

Ivan is a giant gorilla that shares a habitat in a suburban mall with Stella, the elephant, Bob, the dog, and many others. He has few memories of the jungle where he was captured – but when a young elephant named Ruby, something touches him. Ruby has been separated from his family and leads him to question his own life, where he comes from and where he wants to be.

The feature features the voices of: Sam Rockwell as the gorilla Ivan; Angelina Jolie as Stella, the elephant; Danny DeVito as Bob the dog; Helen Mirren as Snickers, the poodle; Chaka Khan as Henrietta, the chicken; Mike White as Frankie focuses on her; Brooklynn Prince as Ruby, the baby elephant; Ron Funches like Murphy the rabbit; Phillipa Soo as Thelma, the parrot; and stars Ramon Rodriguez, Ariana Greenblatt and Bryan Cranston.

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