Carolla — with an assist from the "Breaking Bad" star — debuted his Fund Anything campaign on Jimmy Kimmel Live Tuesday
Bryan Cranston is happy to help Adam Carolla get fans to help fund his new independent movie — as long as he doesn't have to be in it.
On Tuesday's "Jimmy Kimmel Live, " Carolla revealed his Fund Anything campaign video for his second film, "Road Hard" — and he recruited Heisenberg himself to help shake fans down.
But that doesn't mean the "Breaking Bad" star wants to be in the film. In fact, he says his agents would "take a s— in the middle of Wilshire Boulevard" if they heard he signed on.
Cranston also said he "would take it in the a–" before doing this movie. The multiple Emmy winner goes through a number of other incredible options that he would choose over appearing.
"Road Hard," which comes out in 2014, is about a working comic touring the streets. Let's call a Cranston appearance a solid "maybe."
Watch the video: