Broadway.com This is an advertisement   skip this ad

 

All the Way - Broadway

Bryan Cranston makes his Broadway debut as Lyndon B. Johnson.

Emmy Winner Bryan Cranston to Go All the Way as a Serial Killer After Broadway Run

Emmy Winner Bryan Cranston to Go All the Way as a Serial Killer After Broadway Run
Photo by: Bruce Glikas
Bryan Cranston

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.
 

Video On Demand
Sponsored by: