Bryan Cranston Joins “The Infiltrator”

Bryan Cranston is attached to re-team with his “The Lincoln Lawyer” director Brad Furman on the thriller “The Infiltrator” for Good Films. Adapted by Ellen Brown Furman, the story is described as an investigative thriller based on Robert Mazur’s autobiography of the same name.

Mazur was a customs and excise agent spent five years undercover as a playboy named Bob Musella who infiltrated the criminal hierarchy of Colombia’s drug cartels. In the process he captured the damning evidence of the crimes of the corrupt bankers and businessmen who financed these crooks.

At a staged wedding, he led a dramatic takedown which saw more than eighty men and women charged worldwide, whilst evidence proved critical to the conviction of Panamanian dictator General Manuel Noriega.

Shooting begins in January on location in London, Paris and Florida.

Source: THR