'Breaking Bad' actor Bryan Cranston is featured as a cold-blooded Russian thug who holds Eve's character and her daughter hostage.
First trailer for "Cold Comes the Night", Alice Eve's next movie after "Star Trek Into Darkness", has made its way out via Total Film. Through this promo video, fans can get to hear Bryan Cranston showing off his Russian accent for his role and also see Eve acting as the female lead, a struggling motel owner who will have some problems with him.
As previewed in the video, the "Breaking Bad" actor is featured as a cold-blooded criminal who keeps Eve's Chloe and her daughter as hostages. Though he is a menace who will not hesitate over whether to put a bullet in the little girl's head, it seemingly does not scare Chloe at all as she presumably tells him, "Don't you threaten me."
Sony Pictures Worldwide recently nabbed the domestic and international media rights to the film, which tells a story of Chloe, who along with her daughter is forced to be the eyes of Cranston's character as he attempts to retrieve his cash package from a crooked cop.
Playing the said cop is Logan Marshall-Green, best known for starring in "Prometheus". Ursula Parker, Leo Fitzpatrick, Erin Cummings and Robin Taylor are included in the cast ensemble for supporting roles.
Tze Chun directs from script that he writes with Osgood Perkins and Nick Simon. Mynette Louie and Trevor Sagan team up to produce the pic, which currently is not dated yet.