Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Bryan Cranston Is A Bad Man In New Cold Comes The Night Pics, Clips

Though Walter White is off cooking crystal in heaven, Emmy winner Bryan Cranston is still breaking bad in his new role as a Polish gangster in the thriller Cranston co-stars with Alice Eve (Star Trek Into Darkness) and Logan Marshall-Green (Prometheus) in the film, which will simultaneously hit theaters and VOD this January.

A new crop of images recently landed online for the film, and you can check out them below. Though the pics don't provide much information about Cold Comes the Night's plot, the official synopsis clears things up a bit:

A struggling motel owner (Eve) and her daughter are taken hostage by a nearly blind career criminal (Cranston) to be his eyes as he attempts to retrieve his cash package from a crooked cop (Marshall-Green).

That January release date is a little disheartening, considering the month is typically considered a graveyard where studios dump their turkeys (its competition is the Kellan Lutz-starring ), but Cranston will likely turn in a terrific performance as the piece's conflicted antagonist, so I'll be keeping my eye on Cold Comes the Night. Hopefully Cranston's well-established ability to humanize the most evil of characters won't get buried under the Eastern European/Slavic accent he's adopted for this role.

Cold Comes the Night is directed by Tzu Chun (the short film Children of Invention). Chun also worked on the script, alongside new writers Oz Perkins and Nick Simon.

In addition to the images, you can watch a couple of clips recently released over in the UK. In the first, Eve has a tense discussion at the table with Cranston, in which she attempts to learn a little more about the man holding her and her daughter hostage:

In the second clip, Eve's character is coerced into entering a compound to retrieve something that Cranston's character requires in order to carry out his scheme against Marshall-Green's corrupt cop. It's a taught but short scene:

Neither clip is particularly exhilarating, but Cranston did prove to be a master of slow-burn on Breaking Bad, so it's possible that he could work his magic on this project as well.

Will you be checking out this thriller? Let us know in the comments section!

COLD COMES THE NIGHT arrives on January 10th.

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