Bryan Cranston has an amazing story about drinking in a pub in County Clare
There is no disputing this fact: Bryan Cranston is one of the coolest men alive.
We had the opportunity to sit down with the man himself in the lead-up to the release of his new movie, Isle Of Dogs.
In it, Cranston voices one of the leader dogs on an isolated island populated solely with dogs, until a young boy crash-lands there looking for his lost pet.
The Breaking Bad star had nothing but great things to say about the movie's director Wes Anderson (The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Fantastic Mr. Fox), but since we knew he had previously been to Ireland on a press trip for one of his other movies, we had to ask did he have any great memories of his visit.
And his answer is ..... perfection.
It truly was the ultimate Irish pub experience.
Isle Of Dogs is released in Irish cinemas from Friday 30 March. and we fully recommend the movie itself in our movie review, which you can check out right here.
Also, in case you've missed it, here is the full trailer for the movie:
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