Bryan Cranston’s LBJ play heads to HBO

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“All The Way,” Robert Schenkkan’s play about President Lyndon Baines Johnson is going to become a film for HBO.

The play, which won the Tony Award last month for Schenkkan and star Bryan Cranston, will boast a TV production team that will include Steven Spielberg and his Amblin Television operation.

Cranston will reprise his role as LBJ in the project, which focuses on the behind-the-scenes action during Johnson’s first year in office, following the assassination of President Kennedy.

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