Bryan Cranston is not only an acclaimed Emmy-winning actor, he’s proven he’s also a master of celebrity impressions.
Cranston stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Wednesday and shared a hilarious story of working with Kevin Hart on their movie “Untouchable”.
“In this movie, that’ll come out next year, we have to go paragliding in it,” Cranston said. “And I talked to him, I said, ‘Are you gonna go paragliding?’ He goes, ‘No! No! No. No. Bryan, Bryan, let me tell you this: we’re all gonna die. I’m just not gonna help,'” he joked.
So since the actor refused to go paragliding, Cranston revealed that to get Hart to film the scene, he was put 15 feet in the air. He was carried by a crane and acted in front of a green screen. But even then, that was still too much for him.
“Even that, ‘Ah! Ah! Get me down! Aaaah! Aaaah! Aaaah!'” Cranston said. “Well, 15 feet for Kevin Hart is more than 15 feet for most people, in fairness to him,” Kimmel joked.
“Untouchable” is a remake of the 2011 French film “The Untouchables”. Cranston stars as a quadriplegic millionaire, Hart plays his caretaker who has a criminal record and Nicole Kidman also co-stars in the film set for release in 2018.