Photo Flash: First Look - Bryan Cranston, Frank Langella & More Star in HBO's ALL THE WAY
HBO has released first images of the upcoming Tony-winning drama ALL THE WAY, starring Bryan Cranston. The film will debut on SATURDAY, MAY 21 at 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT), exclusively on HBO. Get a first look below!
Bryan Cranston reprises his Tony-winning role in ALL THE WAY, a riveting behind-the-scenes look at President Lyndon B. Johnson's tumultuous first year in office after the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Staking his presidency on what would be an historic, unprecedented Civil Rights Act, Johnson finds himself caught between the moral imperative of Dr. MartinLUTHER King, Jr. and the expectations of the southern Democratic Party leaders who brought Johnson to power.
Directed by Jay Roach from a screenplay by Robert Schenkkan, who adapted his Tony-winning play of the same name. The cast also stars Anthony Mackie, Melissa Leo,Bradley Whitford and Stephen Root, and includes Marque Richardson, Aisha Hinds, Todd Weeks, Mo McRae, Spencer Garrett and Frank Langella. Produced for HBO by Amblin Television, Tale Told Productions and Moonshot Entertainment, with Steven Spielberg, Robert Schenkkan, Jay Roach, Bryan Cranston, Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey executive producing.
In addition to the Tony Award, Schenkkan's play "All the Way" received Outer Critics Circle, Drama League, Drama Desk, National Theater Critics and Edward M. KENNEDY awards.
Bryan Cranston's Broadway debut in "All the Way" brought him Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Theater World Awards, as well as a Tony. He previously won three consecutive Emmy®Awards, a Golden Globe Award and threeSCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARDS for his portrayal of Walter White on "Breaking Bad"; he also won an Emmy® and a Producers Guild of America Award as a producer on the series. On the big screen, Cranston shared a Screen Actors Guild Award as part of the cast of the Oscar®-winning 2012 film "Argo," and starred in the hit "Godzilla." His latest film is Jay Roach's "Trumbo," in which he stars in the title role of Dalton Trumbo, the successful Hollywood screenwriter whose career came to an end when he was blacklisted in the 1940s McCarthy era for being a Communist. Cranston recently received an Oscar nomination for his role in the film.
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