‘Argo’ star Bryan Cranston has said he would love to do a road trip movie with Irish star Colin Farrell.
Speaking at the Irish premiere of his latest film ‘Argo’, the 56-year-old actor said he would love to film on location in Ireland with his ‘Total Recall’ co-star.
"I'd like to do a picture with Colin and myself on the road where we get to travel through Ireland and I'm like this old cranky guy and he has to take care of me," the Irish American told the Evening Herald.
Cranston, who traces his ancestry to Co. Clare, has been to Ireland on several occasions has admitted he is becoming a cheesy tourist.
Read More: Ben Affleck's family hated his beard for his ‘Argo’ role -VIDEO
“I know how it sounds but I always try to go to the Guinness factory, have a drop of Guinness and get a bowl of Irish stew and look out on the city. I always try to do that," said the Breaking Bad star.
The Emmy awarding winning actor was promoting his latest role in the Ben Affleck thriller ‘Argo,’ which is based on the true story of the rescue of six American diplomats during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis.
Jackie believed Lyndon B. Johnson had John F. Kennedy killed