Emmy winner Bryan Cranston has found his next gig after he’s finished his run as Lyndon B. Johnson in the bio-play All the Way at the Neil Simon Theatre. According to The Wrap, the Breaking Bad star will play a serial killer opposite Naomi Watts and Edgar Ramirez in Holland, Michigan.
Directed by Errol Morris and penned by Andrew Sodroski, Holland, Michigan is a dark comedy thriller. The film centers around a teacher (Watts), who begins to suspect that her quiet husband (Cranston) is a serial killer, as she begins an affair with her co-worker (Ramirez), who has a violent past.
Cranston is currently making his Broadway debut in All the Way. In addition to his Emmy-winning turn on Breaking Bad, his many film and TV credits include Argo, Malcolm in the Middle, Drive, The Cleveland Show, The King of Queens, Seinfeld and Little Miss Sunshine.