Cold Comes The Night

August means the end of Breaking Bad (shhh, no tears), but it’s clearly only the beginning of great things for Bryan Cranston, who has really found his niche playing terrifying men.

The trailer for the new thriller Cold Comes the Night has Cranston morphing into a menacing criminal with an impressive Russian accent, who’s hellbent on stealing back a duffel bag of cash from the cop who took it. Here’s the problem – even scary Russian thugs can be completely blind, so it’s going to take a little extra work to get that money back, like maybe using poor, struggling motel owner Alice Eve as collateral?

While Russian Cranston and his aviators is obviously a total badass, it seems like Eve is going to be the show-stealer in the film, directed by Tze Chun (Children of Invention). Threaten to put a bullet through a child’s head, and a movie mom can go head-to-head with even the scariest version of Bryan Cranston.

Check out the trailer here:

Cold Comes the Night is in theaters on September 20th in the UK. There is no release date for the United States at this time.


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