If you thought Bryan Cranston was finished nabbing all the Emmy awards when "Breaking Bad" finished, were you ever wrong. Cranston is headed back to the small screen with HBO's adaptation of "All the Way," and by the looks of the first photo from the film, Cranston is sure to get some 2017 Emmys love.
People revealed the first photo of Cranston as President Lyndon B. Johnson in "All the Way," a role he played on Broadway and earned the Tony for. The photo is so convincing that it might make you do a double-take, but yup, that's definitely Cranston under all that makeup.
"All the Way" director Jay Roach told the magazine, "Physically and emotionally Bryan completely channels LBJ." In The Hollywood Reporter's recent cover story on Cranston, the actor spoke about portraying the "bigger-than life character" in the HBO film. "I think 'All the Way' introduces another generation and reminds the generation that was alive then just how deep his accomplishments were," Cranston said.
"All the Way" premieres in 2016 on HBO.
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