Actor Bryan Cranston as President Lyndon B. Johnson

HBO will release the new drama film All the Way and it seems actor Bryan Cranston will play the role of President Lyndon B. Johnson.

When it comes to playing the role of US president, no one has ever played a better role other than Bill Pullman in Independence Day. But I am having a doubt as Bryan Cranston was able to mesmerize me with his phenomenal acting in Breaking Bad.

Check out this speech by our fictional president in Indepence day, Obama style.


The film follows the story of President Lyndon B. Johnson as he joins the chair of the president after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.


“The cataclysmic first year of Johnson’s presidency is what we’re paying attention to in “All the Way,” primarily Johnson’s understanding that he had to end segregation. His subsequent mission to do so meant charming, browbeating and ultimately arm-twisting pigheaded Dixiecrats — the old-boy network of Southern politicians whose friendship he was prepared to sacrifice — into voting for the Civil Rights Act of 1964.”

Not only will that but MCU star Anthony Mackie star as Martin Luther King Jr. We are psyched to see how these remarkable actors will represent two of the greatest person in American history.