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'Breaking Bad' star enters 'Holland, Michigan'

February 26, 2014
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'Breaking Bad' star enters 'Holland, Michigan'
Bryan Cranston as “Walter White” in AMC’s “Breaking Bad.” Photo via fb.com

The actor who played “Walter White” on AMC’s hit series “Breaking Bad” will soon star in a film named after a lakeshore city.

Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston is set to star in the film “Holland, Michigan,” according to IMDb.

Although still in the pre-production phase, the 2015 film has been described as a “’Hitchcock-like movie, set at a tulip festival,” according to The Boston Globe.

The thriller portrays “a woman who suspects her husband is cheating and enters into an affair of her own, before learning her husband's true dark, secret life,” according to IMDb.

Cranston, who also starred in FOX’s “Malcolm in the Middle,” will co-star in the film with Academy Award-nominee Naomi Watts, known for her roles in such films as “The Impossible,” “King Kong,” and “21 Grams,” and Édgar Ramírez, who had roles in “The Bourne Ultimatum” and “Wrath of the Titans.”

“Holland, Michigan,” written by Andrew Sodroski, will be directed by Errol Morris, who directed the Academy Award-winning documentary “The Fog of War.“

“Holland, Michigan” is being produced by Grisbi Productions. 

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