Bryan Cranston Crime Lord Drama ‘The Infiltrator’ Pushed Up to July
Bryan Cranston Crime Lord Drama 'The Infiltrator' Pushed Up to July
"Breaking Bad" fans who miss Bryan Cranston’s performance as a drug kingpin will be delighted to hear he will be operating in the same realm in "The Infiltrator," and now sooner rather than later.
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Broad Green Pictures has moved up the release date of the film from late August to July 15, as first reported Variety.
The crime drama, based on Robert Mazur’s autobiography of the same name, is directed by Brad Furman, while the script was adapted by Ellen Brown Furman. In the film, Cranston portrays Mazur, a U.S. customs agent who was a key player in busting Pablo Escobar’s money-laundering scheme.
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