Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul Celebrate People's 2020 Birthdays as Socially Distant Bots

Covid-safe stunt partnership with Drizly gives away Dos Hombres mezcal

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Bryan Cranston wants to play ring and run, the goofy game from childhood that might still have a few mischievous laughs left in it. But he can’t ring. Or run. Because he’s a robot with no extremities.

In a stunt with Drizly, Cranston and his former Breaking Bad co-star Aaron Paul, recently showed up at several strangers’ front doors to help celebrate their lockdown birthdays.

Because this is the socially distant Covid-19 era, the stars didn’t arrive in the flesh in these Los Angeles neighborhoods.



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