Well, he's done with Walter White and he's not Lex Luthor, but Bryan Cranston isn't totally done with playing villains on screen just yet. The Wrap reports the Breaking Bad alum has been cast opposite Naomi Watts and Edgar Ramirez in Errol Morris' dark comedy Holland, Michigan.
Described as a "darkly humorous suburban thriller," Holland, Michigan will see Watts as a teacher who begins to suspect that her mild-mannered husband (Cranston) may secretly be a serial killer, even as she begins an affair with a man (Ramierz) with his own violent past.
Documentary filmmaker Morris is making his feature directorial debut on this, which sounds sorta Fargo-esque, and it certainly seems like Cranston should nail it, having spent 5 seasons living a criminal double life on Breaking Bad. Though I'm sensing this character may be creepier rather than badass.