The Infiltrator Trailer: Bryan Cranston Switches Teams, Decides That Drugs Are Bad and So Are the People Selling Them

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Ever a square peg fighting a pigeonhole, erstwhile meth dealer Bryan Cranston is playing an instrument of the DEA in The Infiltrator. The '80s drama features the Breaking Bad star as Bob Mazur, a DEA agent tasked with going deep undercover as a slick money launderer to bring down Pablo Escobar's drug empire. He's joined on the mission by John Leguizamo as a fellow agent and Diane Kruger as the rookie posing as his fiancée. Benjamin Bratt, Yul Vazquez, and Amy Ryan also star in the film, which is based on a true story. Whether you're selling drugs or stopping people from selling drugs, drug stuff is stressful as heck. See the film's new trailer above, and then below watch its first trailer, which had the bad manners to debut on 4/20.