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

Screenshot from Drizly partnership
Aaron Paul (right) and Bryan Cranston roll down the road to spread some birthday cheer. Drizly

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.

@TLStanleyLA terry.stanley@adweek.com T.L. Stanley is a senior editor at Adweek, where she specializes in consumer trends, cannabis marketing, meat alternatives, pop culture, challenger brands and creativity.
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