Bryan Cranston Goes Russian in First 'Cold Comes the Night' Trailer
Next month, Bryan Cranston will begin wrapping up his turn on the AMC drama series "Breaking Bad," but that doesn't mean he's not bringing the intimidation elsewhere. Cranston might even be more scary with a Russian accent in this trailer for the indie crime thriller Cold Comes the Night, but there's a twist. As a career criminal trying to retrieve a duffel bag of money from a crooked cop, Cranston also has to contend with the fact that he's completely blind. That's why he uses the young daughter of a hotel manager (Alice Eve) as collateral so she'll help him find the money. This looks like it could be a pretty bad ass little thriller.
Here's the first trailer for Tze Chun's Cold Comes the Night, originally from Total Film:
Cold Comes the Night is directed by Tze Chun (Children of Invention), who also wrote the script with Nick Simon and Osgood Perkins. A struggling motel owner (Alice Eve) and her daughter are taken hostage by a nearly blind career criminal (Bryan Cranston) to act as his eyes in a vengeful attempt to retrieve the duffel bag full of stolen money that she lifted from one of the motel's rooms. But now a crooked cop has the cash, and she has to help track him down and get the money back. The film will hit theaters in the United Kingdom on September 20th, but there's no release date in the United States yet, so stay tuned for more.