Bryan Cranston

HAHA LOL I asked a question in the title, but the featured image gave it away! Oh my gosh, you got me!

Anyways, while promoting Cranston’s newest film, The Infiltrator, Carson ‘Blue Eye White Dragon’ Daly ran down the list of historical figures Mr. Cranston has played throughout his career; roles that include Lyndon Johnson in All the Way, Dalton Trumbo in Trumbo (duh), and, his most recent role, as Robert Mazur in The Infiltrator.

Afterwards, Cranston was asked what other historical figure he would be interested in portraying on the big screen, to which he answered….Donald Trump.

He went on to add that, He’s huge. He’s this Shakespearean character, this serio-tragic-comedic character. Who wouldn’t want to take a bite out of that?”

Calling Trump a historical may come off as premature right now, but…come on…Trump will definitely go down in the history books at some point or another. I’m 100% sure history authors are clambering for their shot to put Trump into words and distribute it across America’s future youth.

Bryan Cranston, being the doll he is, gave Daly and viewers everywhere a taste of his Trump impersonation (linked below).

The Infiltrator is set to come out this year on July 13. The film will follow Bryan Cranston as Robert Mazur, John Leguizamo as Amir Abreu, and Diane Kruger as Kathy Ertz  as they aim to take down Pablo Escobar (no relation) and the Bank of Credit and Commerce International.

The film will open to the public in two days (July 13, 2016), and it currently sits at a comfortable 75% Rotten Tomatoes score.

Here’s that video. You skipped that middle part and went straight to the video, didn’t you?

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