The trailer for The Infiltrator shows Bryan Cranston going undercover to bust the biggest drug cartel in the U.S. in 1986.
Bryan Cranston is best known around the world for his badass meth cooking dealer Walter White character which earned him numerous awards and critical acclaim as an actor.
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This year Cranston was nominated for the Best Actor Academy Award for his role in Trumbo. Bryan has been trying out different genres of movies ever since Breaking Bad went off-air.
Director Brad Furman however might have felt that Cranston and drugs do mingle together quite well and hence he has casted Cranston in his movie The Infiltrator.
The trailer for the movie was just released and features Cranston as a cop who returns home to his wife after a drug bust and we discover that he was undercover.
After the production credits we see the First Lady Nancy “Just Say No” Reagan avers in 1986 after which the Florida office chief tells its officers that they will be going undercover for the biggest drug bust in US history.
The bust would involve Pablo Escobar, the biggest cartel runner and his distributor Roberto Alcaino who are responsible for the eighty percent of the product flooding into the country.
Of course Cranston’s character Robert Mazur is selected to go undercover and his wife asks him to promise that it is the last undercover mission he will do.
He is then paired with an impulsive street cop named Javier Ospina played by Yul Vasquez. Ospina claims that he knows these people. He explains that if they want to infiltrate them then they will have to do everything they do.
He also gets an undercover agent Kathy Ertz as his fiancé played by Diane Kruger and Cranston and Javier Ospina are not comfortable out of fear that she might do something wrong.
All the pieces are in place and the action begins as Cranston poses as Bob Musella who is rich and trying to get in the drug business with Roberto Alcaino played by Benjamin Bratt.
From there on, the trailer proceeds into glimpses of various bits including gun fights, physical fights and attacks. The trailer ends with Cranston tied up and looking shocked as a man sitting in front of him tells him that it was an audition and he got the part.
The movie is definitely going to rouse the interest of all Breaking Bad fans who will find it interesting to see Cranston on the right side of the law. The movie is due to hit theaters soon and we cannot wait to see Cranston in action once more.
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