He may have come to the end of his time as Walter White in Breaking Bad, but it seems Bryan Cranston isn’t completely leaving darkly comic violence behind as it appears he and Edgar Ramirez are set to star in Holland, Michigan, for director for Errol Morris.
The documentarian turned feature director revealed the news during a Reddit AMA (via The Wrap), so there’s been no confirmation from the actors as yet, but Morris seems pretty sure.
The movie already has Naomi Watts set to star as a woman who is deeply wounded when she comes to believe her husband is cheating on her. To get revenge, she decides to begin an affair of her own, but eventually comes to believe that her husband isn’t sleeping with other people, he’s killing them. It appears Cranston will be the husband/killer, while Ramirez will be a co-worker who Watts’ character begins an affair with.
Andrew Sodroski wrote the screenplay, which featured on the Black List.